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.
Researchers are getting a closer look at the microbes found in the first stomach of ruminant livestock animals using PacBio sequencing.
A number of recently developed sample prep techniques are enabling researchers to take advantage of long reads in targeted sequencing experiments.
Part 2 of a special feature on NGS in GEN focuses on long-read sequncing.
After winning PacBio’s “Most Interesting Genome” competition to sequence a dingo, UNSW scientists have set their sights on sequencing the genome of a German shepherd.
This article takes a look at NGS sample prep methods, and features our new SMRTbell Express Template Preparation kit.
With a comprehensive view of a pathogens genome, researchers are gaining new insights for managing infectious disease outbreaks.
Part 1 of a special feature on the state of NGS in GEN and the competition between the major players.
PacBio’s Aaron Wegner penned this editorial about the need for genomic data quality standards.