Learn about BeONE Project outputs for One Health Surveillance

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Learn about BeONE project outputs for One Health Surveillance

Q. Do you work on One Health Surveillance? ​
Q. Do you want to access novel resources and tools focused on foodborne zoonoses? ​

The BeONE project has developed several integrative solutions for the surveillance of foodborne pathogens using genomic and epidemiological data. ​

  1. One Health Sequencing for Surveillance Handbook: A collaboration with the ORION project to produce a handbook covering the main technical and practical aspects associated with the application of Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) for foodborne disease surveillance.​
  2. BeONE datasets of Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella enterica, Escherichia coli and Campylobacter jejuni isolates.​
  3. ReporTree: A novel surveillance-oriented tool that strengthens the link between genomic and epidemiological data. It rapidly identifies genetic clusters at any (or all) sample distance thresholds (e.g., for outbreak detection) and generates surveillance-oriented reports for the derived clusters. ​

Experts across different disciplines and sectors can use these project outputs.
BeONE research contributes to improving the efficiency and sustainability of routine surveillance following a One Health approach.

For more information about all BeONE outputs and their applications, please go to the Be-One project page.

Statens Serum Institut led BeONE project within our Consortium.



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