Reveal the full landscape of isoform diversity
With Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing you can explore the human transcriptome with confidence. Only full-length RNA Sequencing can provide unbiased, direct detection of all the isoforms present in a sample to yield new insights into human health and disease.
With PacBio RNA Sequencing using the Iso-Seq method you can:
- Sequence full-length, highly accurate transcripts up to 10 kb with no assembly required
- Discover new genes, transcripts, and alternative splicing events
- Generate up to 3 million reads per SMRT Cell 8M at 99% accuracy on the Sequel II System
Get inspired and hear how other scientists are using RNA Sequencing to inform their research including workflows and the latest publications
The 2019 RNA Sequencing SMRT Grant Program is Open. Apply Now!
Want to explore the human transcriptome with confidence?
Tell us how PacBio RNA Sequencing using the Iso-Seq method will drive new discoveries in your research for a chance to win free SMRT Sequencing including:
- Up to 4 SMRTbell libraries and 4 SMRT Cells 8M
- Sequencing on the Sequel II System
- Bioinformatics support
Submit your 250-word proposal by Friday, May 17, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. PDT.
One winner will be selected from all qualified applications by a panel of scientists from PacBio and the Icahn Institute for Data Science and Genomic Technology. Read the official rules.
SMRT Grant Co-sponsor
The Icahn Institute for Data Science and Genomic Technology at Mount Sinai is dedicated to developing new technologies that foster discovery and advance clinical practice. Our scientists are experts in a wide array of genomics and sequencing technologies spanning both bulk and single-cell sequencing methods. We are also at the forefront of method development, allowing us to offer cutting edge protocols including extremely low-input library preparation and PCR-free enrichment strategies for targeted sequencing of both DNA and RNA.