A new method based on SMRT Sequencing helps identify antibiotic resistance and virulence markers missed by conventional techniques.
Johns Hopkins scientists published the most complete genome to date for wheat with help from PacBio sequencing.
To commemorate the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute’s 25th anniversary, 25 new high-quality genomes will be generated.
Scientists recently published results of an Iso-Seq analysis of allotetraploid cotton. The teamÕs findings are expected to be particularly useful for functional genomics.
Review of population and ethnic-group specific efforts to catalogue variants in underrepresented genomic databases.
PacBio long-read sequencing was used to decode one of the most complex genomes ever read.
A major biodiversity program announced a shift in sequencing technology — from Sanger to SMRT Sequencing using the Sequel System
This article spotlights the runner-up project in our “Most Interesting Genome” grant program – the firefly, which could lead to medical applications like illuminating cancer cells.
Scientists have gained new insights into orchid evolution and adaptations due to a higher quality genome assembly. (Subscription required)
Researchers used PacBio’s new amplification-free targeted capture method to identify pathogenic repeat expansions in ataxia. (Subscription required)
This contributed commentary by Luke Hickey of PacBio discusses recent studies underscoring the role of structural variants in health and disease.
Advanced technology for sequencing genomes could change healthcare’s foundation.
Study in Nature Nanotechnology demonstrates research work combining nanopores with SMRT Sequencing to preferentially load long DNA molecules and enable lower input DNA levels. (Subscription required)
This article discusses the advantages of the PacBio Iso-Seq method for sequencing full-length transcripts.
PacBio customers have unlocked the genetic mysteries of the magic mushroom using SMRT Sequencing