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SUMMARYThe number of large-scale genomics projects is increasing due to the availability of affordable high-throughput sequencing (HTS) technologies. The use of HTS for bacterial infectious disease research is attractive because one whole-genome sequencing (WGS) run can replace multiple assays for bacterial typing, molecular epidemiology investigations, and more in-depth pathogenomic studies. The computational resources and bioinformatics expertise required to accommodate and analyze the largedoi:10.1128/cmr.00001-16 pmid:28590251 pmcid:PMC5010755 fatcat:7q5tsfxyzvgtrjfa6buww6pfi4