with minimal metadata and removal of all personal identifiable information.
storage of data, with multiple data-sharing options, to protect autonomous control over information and health data.
service donated by Oracle to drive interoperability, speed and standardised approach.
so end-users only responsible for cost of sequencing hardware and internet connection.
offering first-of-its-kind standardised processing anywhere in the world, plus ability to compare data and store/link data in global repositories.
technology can incorporate sequences from Oxford-Nanopore and Illumina with other platforms to be added.
meaning the first use case is SARS-CoV-2 but will expand to TB with other pathogen candidates also being considered.
with real-time insights about sequence and genomic epidemiology.
with potential to compare sequence to all other sequences globally.
Under 4 hours to determine sequence strains (including upload, processing and download)