Discover the Source of Infection
Discover the Source of Infection
Discover the Source of Infection
OVERVIEW DATA DATA ANALYSIS ORDERING AND SPECS RESOURCES
Overview

Detect Multiple Viral Pathogens
From 
a Single Sample

Symptoms between patients can vary drastically when it comes to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Additionally, SARS-CoV-2 symptoms overlap with those from other respiratory diseases. This makes it hard to determine if symptoms are strictly SARS-CoV-2-related, the result of a different respiratory illness (or illnesses), or a combination of these possibilities. The Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel makes detecting a huge range of pathogens possible, allowing researchers to not only accurately pinpoint the cause of a patient’s symptoms, but to also investigate which pathogens are most likely to co-infect with SARS-CoV-2.

 

Comprehensive Detection of Respiratory Pathogens
Comprehensive Detection of Respiratory Pathogens
Designed to target multiple viruses in a single capture
Targeted against the reference sequences for 29 common human respiratory viruses
Reliable Detection of Co-Infections
Reliable Detection of Co-Infections
Separate COVID-19 symptoms from those of other respiratory illnesses
Detect and characterize several viruses per reaction
Highly Sensitive at Low Viral Loads
Highly Sensitive at Low Viral Loads
Gather data from nasopharyngeal samples
Detect loads as low as 100 viral copies
DETECT COMMON HUMAN RESPIRATORY VIRUSES

The Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel is targeted against the reference sequences for 29 common human respiratory viruses, including:

  • Coronavirus (CoV)
  • Influenza virus
  • Adenovirus
  • Bocavirus (hBoV)
  • Enterovirus
  • Metapneumovirus
  • Parainfluenza (hPIV)
  • Human rhinovirus (HRV)
  • Measles morbillivirus (MeV)
  • Mumps virus (MuV)
  • Rubella virus
  • Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)

Additional probes were designed to incorporate diversity from 77 additional rhinovirus strains, and to target diverse genomes representing each major influenza A and B outbreak since 2000.

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Detect Multiple Viral Pathogens
From 
a Single Sample

Symptoms between patients can vary drastically when it comes to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Additionally, SARS-CoV-2 symptoms overlap with those from other respiratory diseases. This makes it hard to determine if symptoms are strictly SARS-CoV-2-related, the result of a different respiratory illness (or illnesses), or a combination of these possibilities. The Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel makes detecting a huge range of pathogens possible, allowing researchers to not only accurately pinpoint the cause of a patient’s symptoms, but to also investigate which pathogens are most likely to co-infect with SARS-CoV-2.

 

Comprehensive Detection of Respiratory Pathogens
Comprehensive Detection of Respiratory Pathogens
Designed to target multiple viruses in a single capture
Targeted against the reference sequences for 29 common human respiratory viruses
Reliable Detection of Co-Infections
Reliable Detection of Co-Infections
Separate COVID-19 symptoms from those of other respiratory illnesses
Detect and characterize several viruses per reaction
Highly Sensitive at Low Viral Loads
Highly Sensitive at Low Viral Loads
Gather data from nasopharyngeal samples
Detect loads as low as 100 viral copies
DETECT COMMON HUMAN RESPIRATORY VIRUSES

The Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel is targeted against the reference sequences for 29 common human respiratory viruses, including:

  • Coronavirus (CoV)
  • Influenza virus
  • Adenovirus
  • Bocavirus (hBoV)
  • Enterovirus
  • Metapneumovirus
  • Parainfluenza (hPIV)
  • Human rhinovirus (HRV)
  • Measles morbillivirus (MeV)
  • Mumps virus (MuV)
  • Rubella virus
  • Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)

Additional probes were designed to incorporate diversity from 77 additional rhinovirus strains, and to target diverse genomes representing each major influenza A and B outbreak since 2000.

Read the App Note

DATA
Detect Common Human Respiratory Pathogens with a Single Test

Compiled from the GenBank database, the 41,047 probes in this panel will allow researchers to separate COVID-19 symptoms from those of other respiratory illnesses, both influenza- and non-influenza-related. The Twist Respiratory Panel enables enrichment of these viral sequences for high-resolution NGS. This leads to high-sensitivity detection of as little as 100 copies of viral material with more than 5000x enrichment even from challenging samples, and coverage of > 99.9% of the genome at 1X or greater post-enrichment.

 

NGS-Respiratory-Viral-Controls-Taxonomic-Tree
Detection of viral standards from different viral families

Each Twist Synthetic Viral Control was spiked into 50 ng of human carrier RNA at 1,000,000 copies prior to cDNA synthesis. For each standard, we show percent of on-target viral reads, fold enrichment above input, median coverage across the genome, the percent of bases with at least 30x coverage, and the template length. Viral genomes are ordered by template length (smallest to longest) among all genome segments. In most cases, we found that over 70 percent of reads came from viral genomes in these libraries, representing at least a 2500-fold enrichment over the spiked-in content.

 Detection of viral standards from different viral families
Multiplex for Higher Throughput and Lower Cost

A comparison of the percent on-target viral reads captured using the Twist Synthetic Viral Controls at different viral titers, using a multiplex and single-plex hybridization reaction. The first graph shows comparisons using a multiplex and single-plex hybridization reaction using 1,000,000 copies per library, while the second graph shows a similar comparison using 100, 10,000, and 1,000,000 copies per library. Each viral control was captured using the Twist Standard Target Enrichment workflow and the Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel. This data demonstrates that 8-plex capture gives comparable efficient enrichment as a single plex capture when using the Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel.

NGS Respiratory Viral Controls Multiplexing
Detect Common Human Respiratory Pathogens with a Single Test

Compiled from the GenBank database, the 41,047 probes in this panel will allow researchers to separate COVID-19 symptoms from those of other respiratory illnesses, both influenza- and non-influenza-related. The Twist Respiratory Panel enables enrichment of these viral sequences for high-resolution NGS. This leads to high-sensitivity detection of as little as 100 copies of viral material with more than 5000x enrichment even from challenging samples, and coverage of > 99.9% of the genome at 1X or greater post-enrichment.

 

NGS-Respiratory-Viral-Controls-Taxonomic-Tree
Detection of viral standards from different viral families

Each Twist Synthetic Viral Control was spiked into 50 ng of human carrier RNA at 1,000,000 copies prior to cDNA synthesis. For each standard, we show percent of on-target viral reads, fold enrichment above input, median coverage across the genome, the percent of bases with at least 30x coverage, and the template length. Viral genomes are ordered by template length (smallest to longest) among all genome segments. In most cases, we found that over 70 percent of reads came from viral genomes in these libraries, representing at least a 2500-fold enrichment over the spiked-in content.

 Detection of viral standards from different viral families
Multiplex for Higher Throughput and Lower Cost

A comparison of the percent on-target viral reads captured using the Twist Synthetic Viral Controls at different viral titers, using a multiplex and single-plex hybridization reaction. The first graph shows comparisons using a multiplex and single-plex hybridization reaction using 1,000,000 copies per library, while the second graph shows a similar comparison using 100, 10,000, and 1,000,000 copies per library. Each viral control was captured using the Twist Standard Target Enrichment workflow and the Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel. This data demonstrates that 8-plex capture gives comparable efficient enrichment as a single plex capture when using the Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel.

NGS Respiratory Viral Controls Multiplexing
Data Analysis
One Codex Analysis

Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel comes with access to the One Codex cloud-based tool. Ideal for research and clinical use, as it can be used to create publication-ready visuals and printable reports for labs preparing laboratory developed tests.

When using the Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel, the One Codex analysis platform is accessible for all customers. This platform is ideal for both research and clinical use cases, including production of publication-ready visuals, shareable reports, and other analysis tools. When purchasing the panel you will be provided with onboarding instructions and credits for sample analysis on the One Codex platform. Learn more about this microbial sample analysis solution at One Codex.

One Codex User Interface
One Codex Analysis

Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel comes with access to the One Codex cloud-based tool. Ideal for research and clinical use, as it can be used to create publication-ready visuals and printable reports for labs preparing laboratory developed tests.

When using the Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel, the One Codex analysis platform is accessible for all customers. This platform is ideal for both research and clinical use cases, including production of publication-ready visuals, shareable reports, and other analysis tools. When purchasing the panel you will be provided with onboarding instructions and credits for sample analysis on the One Codex platform. Learn more about this microbial sample analysis solution at One Codex.

One Codex User Interface
Ordering and Specs
PRODUCT SKUS
103066 Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel with One Codex software, 2 Reactions, Kit
103067 Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel with One Codex software, 12 Reactions, Kit
103068 Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel with One Codex software, 96 Reactions, Kit
SPECIFICATIONS
Format dsDNA
Panel size 41047 probes
Content Based on 29 respiratory virus reference sequences
Desig Databases RefSeq & GenBank
StorageStore at -5 to -30°C
PRODUCT SKUS
103066 Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel with One Codex software, 2 Reactions, Kit
103067 Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel with One Codex software, 12 Reactions, Kit
103068 Twist Respiratory Virus Research Panel with One Codex software, 96 Reactions, Kit
SPECIFICATIONS
Format dsDNA
Panel size 41047 probes
Content Based on 29 respiratory virus reference sequences
Desig Databases RefSeq & GenBank
StorageStore at -5 to -30°C
RESOURCES