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Default Webinar 5/[email protected]:30 PDT: Addressing NGS Dead Zones with PacBio - Jonas Korlach, CSO

May 10 1:30 PDT, hosted by LabRoots - Genetics & Genomics Virtual Event
Presentation by PacBio CSO Jonas Korlach

Abstract: SMRT Sequencing is a DNA sequencing technology characterized by long read lengths and high consensus accuracy, regardless of the sequence complexity or GC content of the DNA sample. These characteristics can be harnessed to address medically relevant genes, mRNA transcripts, and other genomic features that are otherwise difficult or impossible to resolve. I will describe examples for such new clinical research in diverse areas, including full-length gene sequencing with allelic haplotype phasing, gene/pseudogene discrimination, sequencing extreme DNA contexts, high-resolution pharmacogenomics, biomarker discovery, structural variant resolution, full-length mRNA isoform cataloging, and direct methylation detection.

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