Industry Session by PacBio: Game Changed. Redefining Genomic Sequencing with HiFi Long Reads on Revio*
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Title: Game Changed. Redefining Genomic Sequencing with HiFi Long Reads on Revio
Join us as three industry experts present on their work demonstrating a new gold standard in genomic and translational research with PacBio HiFi sequencing. Featuring presentations on methylation, complex medically relevant genes (CMRG) in dark regions, and SNM1/2 calling, we will take you on an exploration of what is possible and how you could apply their approaches to your own research and future breakthroughs.
- Edd Lee, Director, Human Genomics, PacBio (Introduction)
- Warren Cheung, Bioinformatics Manager, Genomic Medicine Center, Children’s Mercy Hospital (Methylation)
- Fritz Sedlazeck, PhD, Associate Professor, Human Genome Sequencing Center, Baylor College of Medicine (Dark Regions)
- Xiao Chen, PhD, Principal Bioinformatics Scientist, PacBio (SNM1/2 Calling)
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