SPSP | Swiss Pathogen Surveillance Platform

  • Genes & Genomes
  • Database
  • Software tool
The Swiss Pathogen Surveillance Platform (SPSP) is a secure One-health online platform that enables near real-time sharing under controlled access of pathogen whole genome sequences and their associated sensitive clinical/epidemiological metadata. The submitted raw next-generation-sequencing (NGS) data are analyzed using harmonized bioinformatics methods for quality control, assembly, typing, resistance/virulence and outbreak analyses.
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Developed by the Clinical Bioinformatics group, in collaboration with the University Hospitals of Basel, Geneva, Lausanne; VetSuisse Bern and Zurich; and the Universities of Basel, Bern and Zurich.

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