Learn how Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing and the Sequel IIe System and will accelerate your research by delivering highly accurate long reads to provide the most comprehensive view of genomes, transcriptomes and epigenomes.
With Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing and the Sequel Systems, you can affordably assemble reference-quality microbial genomes that are >99.999% (Q50) accurate.
PacBio Vice President of Segment Marketing, Dr. Jennifer Stone, demonstrates how HiFi sequencing is changing the game in human genetics by sharing some of the exciting milestones and seminal publications our technology has produced this year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought new focus and resources to pathogen surveillance of all kinds. HiFi sequencing, which combines high accuracy, long read lengths, and single-molecule sequencing, is unique in its ability to provide comprehensive, high-resolution views of pathogens — either as isolates or as part of complex systems. Join Meredith Ashby (PacBio) and Haley Fiske (Illumina) as they discuss pathogen sequencing in the COVID era. Meredith Ashby (PacBio) – HiFi Sequencing for the COVID Era: High-Resolution Pathogen Surveillance Haley Fiske (Illumina) – Unlocking the Power of Genomics for Pathogen Detection and Surveillance
Korean service provider DNA Link has established strong expertise with the PacBio sequencing platform in response to high global demand for the technology.
The Sequel II System, powered by Single Molecule, Real Time (SMRT) Technology, delivers highly accurate long reads for a comprehensive view of genomes, transcriptomes and epigenomes.
The Sequel System, powered by Single Molecule, Real Time (SMRT) Technology, delivers long reads, high consensus accuracy, uniform coverage and epigenetic characterization.
With SMRT Link you can unlock the power of PacBio Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing using our portfolio of software tools designed to set up and monitor sequencing runs, review performance metrics, analyze, visualize, and annotate your sequencing data.
Learn how highly accurate long-read sequencing from the Sequel IIe Systems delivers data you can trust for advanced biological insights across a range of applications.
Learn why it is critically important to understand accuracy in DNA sequencing to distinguish important biological information from sequencing errors.
Our understanding of microbiology has evolved enormously over the last 150 years. Few institutions have witnessed our collective progress more closely than the National Collection of Type Cultures (NCTC). In fact, the collection itself is a record of the many milestones microbiologists have crossed, building on the discoveries of those who came before. To date, 60% of NCTC’s historic collection now has a closed, finished reference genome, thanks to PacBio Single Molecule, Real- Time (SMRT) Sequencing. We are excited to be their partner in crossing this latest milestone on their quest to improve human and animal health by understanding the…
The UK’s National Collection of Type Cultures (NCTC) is a unique collection of more than 5,000 expertly preserved and authenticated bacterial cultures, many of historical significance. Founded in 1920, NCTC is the longest established collection of its type anywhere in the world, with a history of its own that has reflected — and contributed to — the evolution of microbiology for more than 100 years.
To bring personalized medicine to all patients, cancer researchers need more reliable and comprehensive views of somatic variants of all sizes that drive cancer biology.
Single-Molecule Real-Time (SMRT) DNA sequencing is unique in that nucleotide incorporation events are monitored in real time, leading to a wealth of kinetic information in addition to the extraction of the primary DNA sequence. The dynamics of the DNA polymerase that is observed adds an additional dimension of sequence-dependent information, and can be used to learn more about the molecule under study. First, the primary sequence itself can be determined more accurately. The kinetic data can be used to corroborate or overturn consensus calls and even enable calling bases in problematic sequence contexts. Second, using the kinetic information, we can…