SMRT Sequencing allowed researchers to build a detailed map of structural variations in a breast cancer cell’s genome, identifying some 20,000 variations in a cell type linked to an aggressive form of the disease.
PacBio and Wellcome Sanger Institute discuss why they’ve teamed up to decode genomes of more than 3,000 bacteria and how it will help fight AMR and bioterrorism.
The FALCON-Unzip diploid genome assembler now assembles and phases genomes from PacBio long reads and Hi-C proximity ligation data.
The Coffea arabica genome, created with SMRT Sequencing, has been posted to the DOJ’s Phytozome.net public database.
PacBio chief scientific officer Jonas Korlach was interviewed about the importance of bringing more ethnic diversity to genome reference materials.
Article about the newborn sequencing project at HudsonAlpha, which will use PacBio Sequencing to solve tough undiagnosed cases.
This feature article discusses the important role of long-read sequencing technologies in the identification of structural variation for clinical applications.
Lavant University is featured discussing their use of SMRT Sequencing for infectious disease and the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
A new paper in Nature Methods shows why long-read sequencing technologies are superior to short-read technologies for detecting structural variants.
PacBio CEO Mike Hunkapiller was profiled for the WSJ’s “Weekend Interview” about the past, present, and future of DNA sequencing.
2,700 distinct strains from the NCTC have been sequenced via this collaborative initiative between Public Health England and the Sanger Institute.
Clinical Omics takes a look at the important role long-read sequencing technologies are playing in identifying structural variation.
This article focuses on various methods for NGS sample prep, including techniques for PacBio sequencing.
Beijing-based Annoroad Gene Technology purchased 10 Sequel Systems toward its goal of becoming a world-leading genome center.
Complex structural variants appear to play a role in some Mendelian disease cases, according to a recent study by UK researchers, who urge use of long-read sequencing for undiagnosed genetic disease.