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FUSION Cloud™ gives you Benchtop to Desktop!

FUSIONCloud is a secure and compliant bioinformatics platform for analyzing next generation
sequencing (NGS) data from the ONETest assays developed by FUSION GENOMICS for sensitive multiplexed microbial identification. Operating behind FUSIONCloud is a proprietary bioinformatics pipeline to infer the type, subtype, and strain of microbes from NGS data.

FUSIONCloud is the final component in FUSION GENOMICS’ complete ONETest Product Ecosystem solution for your screening or diagnostic needs.

FUSIONCloud offers:

  • Simple and intuitive data analysis workflow
  • Best-in-class project and run management tools
  • Bioinformatics application for microbe typing, consensus sequence reconstruction, mutation calling, and geographical and phylogenetic analysis
  • Secure and compliant data storage

Cloud blue boxFUSIONCloud produces key QA/QC library metrics, type(s)/subtype(s)/strain(s) detected, consensus sequence(s) reconstructed per target region (e.g., hemagglutinin and neuraminidase genes in the case of the ONETest Influenza Sentinel assay), and mutations plus their corresponding amino acid substitutions (see Figure below). Additionally, heterogeneous data from widely used databases—including the NCBI Influenza Virus Resource—are integrated to facilitate downstream analysis (e.g., drug resistance variant annotation and phylogenetic analysis of outbreak strains).

FUSIONCloud user-friendly dashboard interface contains our proprietary software algorithms that transform your data into meaningful results.

Simply take the NGS raw data file you received, upload it into FUSIONCloud and run your analysis.

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In a few short hours results – with >99% accuracy – identifying your pathogen of interest and its sub-types are available for viewing and downloading online.

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Figure: Variants in the hemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase (NA) genes viewed in FUSIONCloud . In this example, the closest reference strains were identified for HA and NA, and then the variants were reported relative to their sequences (listed in tables on the right). The 5’ and 3’ end sequences outside the triplet block structure are untranslated regions. Codons with non-synonymous variants are highlighted in orange.

It doesn’t get any simpler than that!

*FUSIONCloud data feeds back to our proprietary genomics databases to enable better probe design and enhance capture efficiency.

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