Overview of PacBio User Group meeting discussing latest range of applications and growing user base
Describing the approach of metagenomics to study the genetic makeup of uncultivated organisms
Sage Science has developed a new gel electrophoresis system, called SageELF, that automates the separation and preparation of DNA and proteins of different sizes.
Genome editing researchers based at Stanford and Emory Universities have developed a method for tracking the outcome of editing experiments using SMRT Sequencing.
Researchers at the University of Maryland's Institute for Genome Sciences have been awarded a $1.4 million research program contract by the US FDA to sequence, assemble, and annotate a population of bacterial pathogens and make that data available in public databases.
Review of recent paper published in Cell Reports, demonstrating the advantages of SMRT Sequencing for DNA editing.
Within the last ten years, a few dozen scientists have turned to genomics to understand why some weeds have developed herbicide resistance or become more invasive.
Long-read sequencing can enable researchers to not only detect what drug-resistance mutations are present in someone with HIV, but also whether those mutations are present in one strain or spread across multiple strains of the virus circulating in that patient.
The Department of Energy's Joint Genome Institute is looking to establish itself as a complete genomics facility that offers state-of-the art technologies in experimental data generation and biological data interpretation as well as user interactions to help solve genomic science problems.
A look at the promise of genomic sequencing to carry out the tasks of discovering (and genotyping) chromosomal structural variations (CVs) and how recent developments and promised improvements may allow it ultimately to fulfill its promise.