Distinguish one virus within a crowd
Virus replication and competition produces a complex mixture of variants within each infected host. Resolution of all the variants within a population is critical to understanding evolution, quasispecies dynamics, drug-resistance, and immune escape. By combining high accuracy with long read lengths, HiFi sequencing can distinguish variants that may differ by only a handful of SNPs across an entire genome.
Confident and complete resolution of viral diversity
HiFi sequencing provides >99% accurate reads from amplicons up to 20 kb, enabling direct detection of phased variants and giving you the ability to:
- Deconvolute complex mixtures into quasispecies and unique haplotypes
- Track the evolution and phylogeny of viral populations in a host, within a community, or across geographic regions
- Identify and quantify minor variants linked to immune evasion or drug resistance
- Generate complete de novo assemblies of large viral genomes
Workflow: from DNA to resolved viral populations
|Sample & Library Preparation|
|Obtain targeted sequences with flexible sample and library workflows.|
|Scale coverage based on your project needs with the Sequel II System|
- Achieve 1.25 – 3 million HiFi reads per SMRT Cell 8M on a Sequel II System, depending on amplicon size
- Maximize output and turn-around-time with adjustable run parameters
- Choose 10 – 30 hr movie times based on amplicon or insert size
*Read lengths, number of reads, data per SMRT Cell, and other sequencing performance results vary based on sample quality/type and insert size, among other factors.
|Make discoveries using bioinformatics tools in SMRT Analysis or PacBio DevNet.|
Spotlight: SMRT Sequencing of full-length HIV env reveals complete compartmentalization of variants in brain versus all other tissues
Phylogenetic analysis of high-quality consensus reads shows that brain-derived viruses are compartmentalized and evolutionarily distinct from virus in tissues outside the brain. By generating thousands of full-length HIV env sequences in a single run, the authors definitively show that virus in each of the three brain tissues studied is genetically distinct, whereas variants from all peripheral tissues are dispersed throughpout the tree. Explore this research further:
Brese, R. L., et al. (2018) Ultradeep single-molecule real-time sequencing of HIV envelope reveals complete compartmentalization of highly macrophage-tropic R5 proviral variants in brain and CXCR4-using variants in immune and peripheral tissues. Journal of Neurovirology, 24(4), 439-453.
Learn how you can use HiFi reads to enable your viral research, from understanding viral genomes to the host immune response.
To learn more about how to resolve your viral populations, contact us.
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- Infographic: Mapping the interplay of viral and host genomics with HiFi sequencing (2020)
- PacBio Certified Service Providers (2020)
- Product Brochure: SMRT Link – Explore and analyze your data with confidence (2020)