GalileoTM AMR Detection Software

Antimicrobial Resistance Detection Like No Other

Galileo™ AMR is a cutting-edge antimicrobial resistance (AMR) annotation software that enables fast, precise, and consistent analysis of bacterial DNA sequences.

Powered by two state-of-the-art AMR databases and a next generation genomic detection engine, Galileo™ AMR is designed to empower those who perform AMR sequence research, analysis, and more.

Galileo™ AMR uniquely incorporates advanced analytics in a user-friendly interface with the latest scientific knowledge from the research community to achieve:

  • Fast and reliable detection of AMR in Gram-negative bacteria

  • Precise annotation of AMR genes and mobile elements in DNA sequences of any length

  • Accurate annotation of multi-drug resistant organisms such as CRE and ESBLs

  • Detailed, yet easy to understand results in sequence annotation diagrams

Precise AMR Annotations

  • Detection of bacterial AMR features with high sensitivity and specificy in any DNA sequence length

  • Agnostic to sequencing platforms

Quick & Reliable Results

  • Accurate annotations for any Gram-negative bacterial DNA sequence in less than a minute

  • Automated quality control features ensure consistent and high quality annotations every time

Accessible User Interface

  • Efforteless, ready to use analytics that do not require bioinformatics expertise

Best-in-class Knowledgebase

  • Expert-validated AMR genes, cassettes,
    and other mobile elements 1-4

  • Access to an ever-growing AMR annoation repository backed by the research community

  • Insights from the world’s largest Gram-negative resistance annotation repository

Detailed Results & Diagrams

  • Intuitive annotation diagrams showing features at scale – including inverted repeats, direct repeats and more

  • List of positions and orientations of any full-length and truncated gene, cassette, or other mobile elements

Galileo TM AMR Workflow

Fast and Precise Annotations Like No Other: Galileo™ AMR’s  advanced detection engine 3,4 provides quick, accurate, and reliable annotations for antibiotic resistance genes, cassettes, and other mobile elements. Simply upload a sequence and get detailed, yet easy to understand results with positions, orientations, diagrams, and more.

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Publications

1. Tsafnat G, Copty J, Partridge SR. RAC: Repository of Antibiotic resistance Cassettes. Database. 2011; bar054. doi:10.1093/database/bar054/470201

2. Partridge SR, Tsafnat G. Automated annotation of mobile antibiotic resistance in Gram-negative bacteria: the Multiple Antibiotic Resistance Annotator (MARA) and database. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. 2018; dkx513. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/jac/dkx513

3. Tsafnat G, Coiera E, Partridge SR, Schaeffer J, Iredell JR. Context-driven discovery of gene cassettes in mobile integrons using a computational grammar. BMC Bioinformatics. 2009; 10(1):281. doi:10.1186/1471-2105-10-281

4. Tsafnat G, Schaeffer J, Clayphan A, Iredell JR, Partridge SR, Coiera E. Computational inference of grammars for larger-than-gene structures from annotated gene sequences. Bioinformatics. 2011; 27 (6): 791-796. doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btr036

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostics or diagnostic procedures.