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Shaping the future
Partnering to seek insights on rare disease
Children’s Mercy Kansas City
Experts at Children’s Mercy turn to long-read whole genome sequencing to move beyond microarrays and exomes and provide explanations for the families of children with complex rare disease.
“What long-read sequencing gives us is the internal nucleotide structure. That’s just unprecendented, and it’s extremely valuable.”— Meredith Course, PhD, Research Fellow University of Washington
SHAPING THE FUTURE
Helping pinpoint a cause of neurological disease
University of Washington
ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, affects at least 16,000 Americans at any given time. Luckily, ALS research has made great strides in recent years.
See how the University of Washington used HiFi sequencing to uncover a key finding about ALS and the human genome.
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DIVING DEEP INTO MARINE LIFE
Scientists use SMRT sequencing to explore the genomes of a wide variety of marine species and ecosystems.
SEQUENCING HISTORIC BACTERIA WITH EASE
PacBio sequencing helped establish the UK’s NCTC, a unique collection of more than 5,000 expertly preserved and authenticated bacterial cultures.
Scientists at Second Generation teamed up with PacBio to explore how long-read sequencing could supplement a short-read-based pipeline for protein discovery.