2021PacBio Sequel IIe Genome Sequencing System


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The PacBio Sequel IIe Genome Sequencing System is an advanced platform used for long-read DNA sequencing. It is developed and manufactured by Pacific Biosciences (PacBio), a company specializing in DNA sequencing technologies. This system is an improved version of the original PacBio Sequel II system, offering enhanced features and capabilities for high-quality genomic sequencing.

Key features and capabilities of the PacBio Sequel IIe Genome Sequencing System include:

  •     Long-Read Sequencing: PacBio sequencing technology is known for producing long reads of DNA molecules. This is particularly valuable for resolving complex genomic regions, structural variations, and repetitive sequences that are challenging for short-read sequencing methods.
  •     High Throughput: The Sequel IIe system offers increased throughput compared to its predecessor, allowing researchers to sequence more samples or achieve deeper coverage in a shorter amount of time.
  •     Accuracy: It provides high sequencing accuracy, which is crucial for applications such as de novo genome assembly and identifying genetic variations.
  •     Single Molecule Real-Time (SMRT) Sequencing: This technology relies on SMRT sequencing, where individual DNA molecules are sequenced in real-time, providing information about DNA modifications in addition to the sequence.
  •     Versatility: The platform can be used for a wide range of applications, including whole-genome sequencing, targeted sequencing, transcriptome analysis, and epigenetic studies.
  •     Data Analysis: PacBio offers dedicated bioinformatics tools and software to analyze the data generated by the Sequel IIe system.

The PacBio Sequel IIe Genome Sequencing System is used in various fields of genomics research, including genomics studies of organisms, clinical genomics, and understanding genetic diseases. Its ability to generate long, high-quality sequencing reads makes it particularly valuable for producing comprehensive genomic data.


ModelSequel IIe