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.
PacBio is excited to announce the release of the Sequel II System which increases the throughput of Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing by approximately 8-fold. Join us to hear our early access customers share their experiences and results generated with the Sequel II System.
Join our speakers as they share the latest advances in cannabis genomics, including how PacBio long-read sequencing enables high-quality genomics research in plants, high-quality annotation of the cannabis reference genome using full-length transcript sequencing, and new insights into cannabinoid synthesis across different types of cannabis plants.
This webinar will provide a high-level overview of SMRT Analysis workflows, will walk you through key aspects of a SMRT Analysis report, and will give you an update on some of the latest tools available for working with PacBio long-read data.
This webinar will explore the newly updated microbial whole genome sequencing pipeline, which leverages the multiplexing capabilities of the Sequel System to provide PacBio genomes at a lower cost.
Join our webinar to learn how to use PacBio SMRT Link software to review result metrics and performance trends of your library and Sequel System run, and how to start basic analysis.
This i5k initiative webinar summarizes the new low DNA input protocol which requires ~150 ng of genomic DNA, presents results from a variety of small-bodied, heterozygous organisms, and discusses the implications of this new method for malaria research.
The webinar will explore the latest advances in SMRT Sequencing performance for detection of all variant types in even difficult to sequence regions of the genome and present examples of amplicon sequencing of clinically relevant targets.