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Webinar 10/13: Reveal hidden genetic variation w/long-read target capture & SMRT Seq



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  • Webinar 10/13: Reveal hidden genetic variation w/long-read target capture & SMRT Seq

    Join us on October 13th at 8 AM PDT to learn how different targeted-enrichment methods paired with long-read sequencing have uncovered hidden genetic variation in a variety of genetic and genomic disorders.

    Dr. Tetsuo Ashizawa, Director, Neurosciences Research Program, Houston Methodist Research Institute
    Dr. Melissa Laird Smith, Assistant Director of Technology Development Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology at Mount Sinai, New York
    Dr. Meredith Ashby, Senior Staff Scientist, PacBio

    Register to attend

    During the webcast you will:
    • Hear how clinical research scientists can discover and sequence causative structural variants underlying genetic disease and map breakpoints with base-pair resolution using capture probes and long-read SMRT Sequencing.
    • See how scientists are using highly accurate long reads to explore the full diversity of immune response using cost-competitive methods
    • Discover how previously unsequencable genomic regions can now be accessed at the needed base-level resolution using long-read sequencing

  • #2
    I missed the live webcast, is there a link i can watch the video?


    • #3
      Yes, the recording of the Nature webcast is now available, see our blog for a summary and recording link: http://www.pacb.com/blog/reveal-hidd...now-available/


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