Join us for an afternoon of SMRT Science
Learn how the new Sequel® II System delivers highly accurate long reads while reducing project costs and timelines with ~8x more data.
Lunch will be provided, but space is limited.
Register now free of charge to save your spot.
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Hannoversche Str. 28
BIMSB Large Conference Room
Lunch will be provided.
- 19.06.2019 12:00:00 - Registration and pick up your lunch
- 19.06.2019 13:00:00 - Welcome and Introduction, Tatiana Borodina, MDC Berlin and Luan Nguyen, PacBio
- 19.06.2019 13:05:00 - The Sequel II System - An introduction to Single Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT®) Sequencing and its applications, Nicolas Piganeau, PacBio
- 19.06.2019 13:30:00 - The mole genome provides insights into adaptive mammalian intersexuality, Francisca Martinez-Real, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin
- 19.06.2019 13:55:00 - On the utility of full-length RNA sequences for genome annotation, Sergej Nowoshilow, Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna
- 19.06.2019 14:20:00 - Coffee break
- 19.06.2019 14:50:00 - Platinum genome assemblies - The Bat1k Project, Martin Pippel, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology Genetics, Dresden
- 19.06.2019 15:15:00 - Structural variant identification with long reads, David Heller, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin
- 19.06.2019 15:40:00 - FLAM-seq: full-length mRNA sequencing reveals principles of poly(A) tail regulation, Ivano Legnini, Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB), MDC Berlin
- 19.06.2019 16:05:00 - Closing remarks