Complete microbial genomes with ease and confidence
For most microbes, closed genomes with accessory plasmids can be assembled with one touch using the default settings of our assembly pipeline.
- Generate platinum-standard, closed reference genomes
- Identify ever-evolving genes associated with toxicity, virulence, and antimicrobial resistance
- Resolve strains, serotypes, and plasmids to track pathogen outbreaks in humans, plants, and animals, through food systems, hospitals, and communities
- Comprehensively characterize microbes to facilitate scientific breakthroughs
Workflow: From DNA to characterized microbial genomes in a single experiment
Starting with unamplified genomic DNA, prepare libraries for whole genome sequencing using standardized protocols and workflow recommendations.
The Sequel II systems provide affordable high-quality genome assemblies.
- Simultaneously generate whole genome and epigenome data by sequencing on a PacBio system
Assemble genomes with full-solution analytical software tools and standard file formats.
INVESTING IN MANUFACTURED FOOD SAFETY WITH NEW REFERENCE GENOMES
Cronobactoer sakazakii infections can cause lifelong consequences in pre-term or low birth-weight infants. Complete genomes and associated plasmids from 2 highly persistent C. sakazakii strains recovered from infant formula manufacturing facilities, encoding wide array of pathogenicity and virulence genes, will add to our understanding of pathogen adaptation and persistence in built environments.
(Negrete, F.J. (2022). Complete genome sequences and genomic characterization of five plasmids harbored by environmentally persistent Cronobacter sakazakii strains ST83 H322 and ST64 GK1025B obtained from powdered infant formula manufacturing facilities. Gut Pathog. )
FULLY PHASED FUNGAL GENOMES FUEL INSIGHTS INTO VIRULENCE
A fully phased, 18-chromosome reference for the oat crown rust fungal pathogen Paccinia coronate f. sp. avenae (Pca203) shares high homology with the two other cereal rust fungi for which phased genomes are available. With 2,029 predicted effector genes, the new genome will aid in the discovery of alleles linked to growing virulence.
Henningsen, E.C. (2022). A chromosome-level, fully phased genome assembly of the oat crown rust fungus Puccinia coronata f. sp. avenae: a resource to enable comparative genomics in the cereal rusts. G3 journal.