TB Profiler
This tool processes raw sequence data to infer strain type and identify known drug resistance markers.
A stand alone version of this tool is now available and can now be run on linux or mac. Installation instructions can be found on GitHub and on the bioconda page.



This tool is for Research Use Only. Data and information provided through use of this tool are not intended for medical purpose or objective and should not be used for clinical diagnosis, patient management, or human clinical trials.
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Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in coding regions are annotated using the reference amino acid, codon number and alternative amino acid (e.g. Ser315Thr in katG). SNPs in non-coding regions (i.e. RNA genes and intergenic regions) are annotated using the reference nucleotide, gene coordinate and alternative nucleotide (e.g. A1401G in rrs or C-37A in eis promoter). Indels are annotated using the reference VCF allele, gene coordinate and alternative VCF allele (e.g. T902TA insertion in katG).
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Sample: 5db32569e6dce
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This tool is for Research Use Only and is offered free for use. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine shall have no liability for any loss or damages of any kind, however sustained relating to the use of this tool.
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