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May 12, 2022  |  Products, procedures + protocols

The HiFi difference – Getting the right answer

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  The combined accuracy and length of PacBio HiFi reads is utilized by an ever-increasing number of researchers, with numerous new publications and preprints appearing every week. Several months ago,…


May 3, 2022  |  Agrigenomics

Agrigenomics for pest and disease research

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  When you’re dealing with insects, fungi and microbes with short life cycles and rapid reproduction, you often encounter highly variable genetics within single populations. The complexities of genetics within…


April 21, 2022  |  Data analysis

Introducing 5mC calling with SMRT Link v11.0

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  Written by: Menzies Chen, Associate Director, Product Management, Informatics Whether it is accessing areas of the human genome that short reads can’t sequence, or powering genome assemblies across all…


April 19, 2022  |  Agrigenomics

Agrigenomics for genome engineering

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  Advancements in genome engineering and other programmable molecular techniques are showing great promise in agriculture, with the potential to address food security and industrial sustainability. To be able to…


April 15, 2022  |  Agrigenomics

Agrigenomics for crop and livestock breeding

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  Whether it’s enhancing marker development, facilitating the production of more nutritious food, protecting livestock health, or increasing crop yield, the biological insights gained from comprehensive HiFi sequencing are immeasurable…


April 7, 2022  |  General

The HiFi difference – sequencing telomeres

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  The scientific community is still abuzz from last week’s announcement of the amazing achievement of the first complete sequence of a human genome by the Telomere-to-Telomere (T2T) Consortium. Assembling…


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