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.
- 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.
- BeONE datasets of Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella enterica, Escherichia coli and Campylobacter jejuni isolates.
- 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.