Sequencing

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Pacbio Sequel IIe System

Pacbio - Sequel IIe System

HiFi data enabled directly from the sequencer

The Sequel IIe System allows HiFi data generation directly from the instrument. The instrument outputs HiFi data, which is the only highly accurate long-read data type on the market allowing you to discover actual biological variation versus sequencing errors. 

  • Better data quality requiring lower coverage using one single sequencing technology

  • Less time spent on data processing and downstream analysis for faster answers

  • Significant cost savings on data storage, compute power and compute time at every step of your sequencing pipeline

  • Sequel IIe comes with a new version of SMRT Link which allows for cloud-computing support, a new genome assembly analysis application for HiFi-based de novo assembly and push button SARS-CoV-2 analysis

 

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Long-Read Sequencing System


Long-Read Sequencing System

PacBio - Sequel II System

Long-read sequencing made easy

Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) sequencing gives the most comprehensive view of genomes, transcriptomes, and epigenomes. This new platform with 8 times higher throughput than Sequel I reduces project costs and timelines by creating high-quality assemblies that enable you to explore the full size-spectrum of genetic variation.
 

  • Free of systematic errors
  • Uniform coverage even across GC content
  • Simultaneous epigenetic characterization
  • Sequence low-complexity regions

PacBio

Long-Read Sequencing System


PacBio - Sequel System

PacBio - Sequel System

Long-read sequencing made easy

Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT) sequencing gives the most comprehensive view of genomes, transcriptomes, and epigenomes. Reduce project costs and timelines by creating high-quality assemblies that enable you to explore the full size-spectrum of genetic variation.
 

  • Free of systematic errors
  • Uniform coverage even across GC content
  • Simultaneous epigenetic characterization
  • Sequence low-complexity regions
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