Sequence Amplicons with Confidence
Would you like to target genes and regions of the genome to discover and detect all variant types?
With Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing you can easily and cost effectively generate highly accurate long reads from amplicons ranging in size from several hundred base pairs to 20 kb.
Get inspired and hear how other scientists are using Targeted Sequencing to inform their research including workflows and the latest publications.
The 2019 Targeted Sequencing SMRT Grant Program is Open. Apply Now!
Explore amplicons with confidence to understand human health and disease
Tell us how PacBio Targeted Sequencing will drive new discoveries in your research for a chance to win free SMRT Sequencing including:
- Construction up to 3 SMRTbell libraries
- Up to 5 SMRT Cells
- Sequencing on the Sequel System
- Bioinformatics support
Submit your 250-word proposal by Friday, May 31, 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 McDonnell Genome Institute. Read the official rules.
SMRT Grant Co-sponsor
The McDonnell Genome Institute (MGI) is a world leader in the fast-paced, constantly changing field of genomics. The cornerstone of the Institute, the Genome Technology Access Center at the McDonnell Genome Institute has developed a highly efficient, scalable research pipeline with exceptional project development and management on projects large or small. Sequencing and preparation services are available on a variety of platforms, including the PacBio Sequel System, from de novo, human, animal, plant, bacteria, virus, fungi and parasitic-based genomic projects. Learn more about our services.