In this webinar we will offer an update on improvements to SMRT Sequencing technology and look at how they are being applied from early QC steps in AAV preps to looking at on/off target effects with greater resolution.
Join us to learn how the No-Amp tartgeted sequencing application works and how the approach has been applied to clinically-relevant gene targets.
Join us to understand the requirements for use of the low DNA input workflow for genome assembly.
Join our webinar as we review two new procedures and checklists for multiplexed amplicon sequencing and transcriptome (Iso-Seq) sequencing. The new workflows reduce hands-on time and DNA input requirements bringing faster and more streamlined analyses in SMRT Link.
Join us to learn about advancements to SMRT Sequencing applications that can now run using a single SMRT Cell, as well as details on the latest chemistry and updates to SMRT Link software. You’ll also hear from Sequel II System users as they share their results.
In this webinar, we’ll review the current guidelines for experimental design, bioinformatics processing, and quality control metrics for using the Iso-Seq method for plant and animal genome annotation.
Join our webinar to learn about procedures and checklists for preparing multiplexed microbial libraries and gDNA libraries using the SMRTbell Express Template Preparation Kit 2.0.
Join us as our speakers share the benefits of HiFi data for base level accuracy, haplotype phasing, and ease of computation, as well as how the GoogleAI team retrained DeepVariant, a highly accurate SNP and Indel caller, for PacBio HiFi data.
Learn how researchers are using PacBio HiFi sequencing to overcome common challenges in microbiome research, including ambiguous taxonomic assignments and culture-resistant bacteria.
Join our webinar to learn how Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing on the Sequel II System enables an easy and affordable generation of high-quality de novo assemblies.