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University of Florida Sequel IIe Launch Party with PacBio
September 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Talk title: “PacBio long read sequencing for multiplexed joint profiling of DNA methylation, chromatin accessibility, and genetic variation.”
Speaker: Michael Kladde, Ph.D.
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, UF College of Medicine
Bulk and Single-Cell Isoform Sequencing Using PacBio Iso-Seq Method
Speaker: Elizabeth Tseng, Ph.D.
Join local researchers and PacBio scientists virtually or in-person (the choice is yours!) to learn about the latest advancements in PacBio’s HiFi sequencing capabilities. During this seminar we will learn about UF’s newly acquired Sequel IIe system, and why PacBio HiFi reads are now perceived as having the highest value for plant, animal, and human WGS. HiFi reads provide an optimal balance of long read lengths and high accuracy — to achieve the most comprehensive variant detection (both small + large variants), and the best contiguity and accuracy for de novo assembly (complete chromosomes, >Q60 accuracy). We will also discuss PacBio’s Iso-Seq method and how it allows discovery of novel genes and isoforms, improves genome annotation, with or without reference genome, and increases the accuracy of RNA-seq quantification at isoform-level resolution.
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