SMRT Sequencing was used by UC Davis to produce the first public genome sequence for Coffea arabica, the species responsible […]
Sequencing with long reads can help diagnose rare disease caused by variants that are difficult to identify with shorter reads, […]
Researchers at New England Biolabs have used SMRT Sequencing to examine sources of error caused by PCR, showing a low […]
PacBio authors share this assay tutorial in GEN about how to reveal hidden biology by combining long fragment target capture […]
Dr. Evan Eichler is interviewed by Mendelspod about the importance of structural variation in the genome, and how long reads […]
Scientists at Earlham Institute and others have developed a new method using PacBio sequencing to capture longer DNA fragments.
Biocompare features PacBio in its NGS update.
PacBio sequencing technology could lead to a better understanding of how wine grapes evolved and how to adapt them for […]
GEN profiles how PacBio’s SMRT Sequencing enables long reads and high throughput
PacBio has installed more than 75 Sequel systems since launching the instrument last year. Recent upgrades to the system are […]
Technologies like SMRT Sequencing are making it easier to reliably modify the genomes of crop plants to make them easier […]
(Subscription required) Researchers from Pacific Biosciences and their collaborators have developed two algorithms to assemble long-read sequencing data into phased […]
PacBio customers at UC Davis have used SMRT technology, combined with a new computer algorithm that can yield detailed information […]
By using long-read CYP2D6 SMRT sequencing in diverse clinical trial populations, the community could have far better resources to more […]
SMRT Sequencing is among the new technologies that have opened doors for new research and even new career paths.