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The PacBio Plant and Animal Genomics Day—PAGBio Day—is a virtual half-day event featuring scientists presenting their latest discoveries, education on how you can use HiFi sequencing to advance your research, and the ability to engage with your peers in the scientific community. The event includes:
- A live keynote session: New Discoveries in Plant and Animal Sciences
- A panel discussion on the future of sequencing in Plant and Animal Genomics
- Exciting talks from PacBio users on their latest research
- Two application workshops sharing workflow best practices
- Opportunities to connect with colleagues in the PAGBio Day Community
- A “drop-in” session to get your questions answered by a PacBio scientist
Join us at the virtual 2020 ASM Conference on Next-Generation Sequencing, taking place Dec. 7-11, 2020, and get comprehensive guidance with up-to-date examples in the use of NGS technology for applied results in the traceability and clustering of microbial pathogens associated with food safety, clinical infection, environmental contamination and other potential sources of disease outbreaks. You’ll walk away with access to the available resources and direction you need relating to bioinformatics and epidemiology.
As the foundation for advanced scientific discoveries, sequencing data must be accurate and complete. With PacBio highly accurate long reads, known as HiFi reads, scientists no longer need to compromise between long read lengths and high data accuracy. In this webinar, we will illustrate through real-life case studies using HiFi applications to gain comprehensive views of your studied genomes and transcriptomes regardless of their size and complexity.
Our Neuroscience Day virtual event aims to empower scientists on their journey of discovery. Join us to learn how highly accurate long-read sequencing can be used at every stage of your research, from disease variant identification to elucidation of the disease mechanisms and screening disease cohorts. Engage with leading scientists across three session tracks to learn from their experiences and explore the latest tools to advance your science.
Join local researchers and scientists from PacBio as they provide updates on the latest Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing applications and capabilities.
The NextGen Omics Series UK features 4 outstanding programmes, bringing together Europe’s most successful omics research experts under one roof. The series provides an excellent networking platform which consists of key discussion topics in: Next Generation Sequencing & Clinical Diagnostics, Single Cell Analysis, Genome Editing and Digital PCR. PacBio will have a virtual booth at this event as well as a presentation and a roundtable panel discussion as part of the NGS & Clinical Diagnostics stream.
This year ASHG has gone virtual! We’ll be on hand to introduce the new Sequel IIe System as well as our latest applications using highly accurate long reads (HiFi reads), and you can hear about how long-read sequencing helped identify novel genetic variations as part of the Genomic Answers for Kids study, as well as pioneering work around single-cell isoform analysis in the nervous system.
With instruction from experienced Core personnel and Iso-Seq analysis experts Dr. Liz Tseng, Principal Scientist at PacBio, and Dr. Ana Conesa, Professor at the University of Florida, this short course will provide a mixture of lectures and hands-on analysis to give participants an overview of the possibilities represented by full length transcript isoform sequencing with Iso-Seq.
This event will showcase the abilities of CRISPR-based editing, next-gen editing tools, precision in gene editing, and using CRISPR for drug discovery.
Join us for a quick guide to metagenomic analysis with PacBio HiFi reads.
Join local researchers and scientists from PacBio as they update you on the latest SMRT Sequencing applications and capabilities.
Get to know the HiFi difference! Join local researchers, and scientists from PacBio, as they update you on the latest SMRT Sequencing applications and capabilities.
Join us to learn about and see your small organisms in high-definition with HiFi reads.
Join us to hear how scientists have used PacBio sequencing to develop pangenome collections and to study population genetics of plant and animal species to power their research.
This 3-day program offers invited lectures, thought-provoking discussions, and posters exploring global developments for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases and discoveries in microbiology and immunology research to improve human, animal, and plant health. Sessions of interest include: (1) Jesse Bloom, Howard Hughes Medical Institute on Tuesday, September 8, (2) James Crowe, Vanderbilt Vaccine Center on Wednesday, September 9, and (3) Derek Bickhart, US Department of Agriculture on Thursday, September 10.
Únete a nuestro seminario web para aprender como la secuenciación Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) proporciona a científicos de todo el mundo una forma muy precisa y económica de secuenciación larga.
Join our webinar to learn how Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing enables chromosome-arm level assembly of complex heterozygous plant genomes.
Join us to learn how long-read sequencing can help increase the solve rates in rare Mendelian disease and how Dr. Kristen Sund from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center has used long-read sequencing to solve rare neurological diseases involving complex structural rearrangements that were previously unsolved with standard methods.
PacBio is the only sequencing technology to offer highly accurate long reads (HiFi reads) that provide Sanger-quality accuracy (>99%) with the read lengths needed for assembly of complex genomes. Join us to learn what makes HiFi reads the ideal starting point for many applications, and receive step-by-step instructions on how to assemble HiFi reads using the publicly available FALCON.
Join us to hear directly from research scientists discussing long-read sequencing applications — including methods, case study results, and new assays for SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 that are now under development.