In this PacBio User Group Meeting presentation, Jonas Korlach and Roberto Lleras share the latest updates to the structural variation application and analysis tools.
The Iso-Seq method enables the sequencing of transcript isoforms from the 5’ end to their poly-A tails, eliminating the need for transcript reconstruction and inference. This webinar provides a comprehensive guide to Iso-Seq method data analysis, bioinformatics, and review key applications.
This webinar, presented by Nisha Pillai, provides an overview of amplicon sequencing to target specific regions of a genome using PacBio Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing. This session provides an overview of bioinformatics approaches for PacBio amplicon analysis including circular consensus sequencing and long amplicon analysis.
It is now easier and more affordable than ever to do a genome project with PacBio Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing—the gold standard for generating contiguous, highly accurate reference genomes. Assembly is no longer a challenge with the wealth of bioinformatics tools developed and optimized for SMRT Sequencing data, enabling you to generate high-quality genome assemblies on any budget.
This video provides an overview of the techniques and steps of generating a de novo genome assembly with long-read sequencing data generated using PacBio Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing. In this video, a PacBio scientist covers the benefits of long reads when generating high-quality genome assemblies, the latest tools for creating assemblies, including HGAP, FALCON and FALCON-Unzip, how to polish and assess the quality of a genome assembly, and how to submit an assembly to NCBI.
Structural variants (SVs) – genomic differences =50 base pairs – are few by count compared to single nucleotide variants (SNVs) and indels but include most of the base pairs that differ between two humans.
This tutorial provides an overview of the PacBio Demultiplex Barcodes analysis application in SMRT Link, followed by de novo assembly of the demultiplexed samples using HGAP4 for the Multiplexed Microbial Assembly analysis application. This tutorial covers features of SMRT Link v5.1.0.