Characterize complex populations with single-molecule resolution
Distinguishing closely related DNA molecules in the same sample requires single-molecule resolution with high accuracy and long read lengths. For these applications, we have developed a sequencing mode that generates intra-molecular consensus called Circular Consensus Sequencing (CCS).
Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing is the only technology that generates this level of single-molecule consensus accuracy at multi-kilobase read lengths, and it has been used for a variety of complex population applications. With this advanced sequencing method, you have the ability to:
- Deconvolute complex mixtures of unique haplotypes
- Accurately identify somatic variants
- Resolve complex communities
The circular nature of the SMRTbell DNA template allows polymerase to sequence the same DNA molecule multiple times with multiple passes. This produces high intra-molecular consensus accuracy.
Contact us for more information about incorporating SMRT Sequencing into your research efforts.
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- Poster: Ekholm, J. et al. (2016) Enrichment of unamplified DNA and long-read SMRT Sequencing to unlock repeat expansion disorders
- Poster: Laird Smith, M. et al. (2016) An improved circular consensus algorithm with an application to detect HIV-1 Drug Resistance Associated Mutations (DRAMs)
- Poster: Heiner, C. et al. (2016) WGS SMRT Sequencing of patient samples from a fecal microbiota transplant trial
- Poster: Hepler, N. Lance et al. (2016) An improved circular consensus algorithm with an application to detection of HIV-1 Drug-Resistance Associated Mutations (DRAMs)
- Poster: Sethuraman, Anand et al. (2015) Analysis of full-length metagenomic 16S genes by Single Molecule, Real-Time Sequencing
- Poster: Hall, Richard J. et al. (2015) Profiling metagenomic communities using circular consensus and Single Molecule, Real-Time Sequencing.
- Presentation: Alexander, David et al. (2015) PacBio SMRT Analysis 3.0 preview
- Poster: Russo, Giancarlo et al. (2014) Highly sensitive, non-invasive detection of colorectal cancer mutations using single molecule, third generation sequencing.
- Ekholm, J. and Tsai, Y. and Greenberg, D. and Clark, T. (2016) ASHG Virtual Poster: Enrichment of unamplified DNA and long-read SMRT Sequencing to unlock repeat expansion disorders
- Paxinos, Ellen (2016) AGBT Virtual Poster: An improved circular consensus algorithm with an application to detect HIV-1 Drug Resistance Associated Mutations (DRAMs)