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10x Genomics Long Read and Single Cell Sequencing

Monday, February 27, 2017
  9:30–11 a.m.


Location: Genomics Building
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Category: Seminar

Description:

Please join us for a seminar about 10x Genomics long read and single cell sequencing technology!


Date


Monday February 27, 2017


Time


9:30AM—11:00AM


Location


UC Riverside - Institute for Integrated Genome Biology


Room: 1102A Genomics Auditorium


 


Refreshments will be provided!! Seminar open to all but registration required. Please RSVP to gencore@ucr.edu.


Summary - Please join us for a presentation on the 10X Genomics Chromium System. This system enables researchers to discover previously inaccessible genomic information at unprecedented scale, including phased structural variants, phased single nucleotide variants, and dynamic gene expression of individual cells—while leveraging their existing sequencing systems and workflows.


-       Uses molecular barcodes and massive partitioning for comprehensive genomics and high-throughput single cell transcriptomics.


-       Scalable solution for cell characterization and gene expression profiling of hundreds to millions of cells. Affordable with a simplified workflow, users can go from cell sample to sequencing library in less than one workday.


-       Uses the power of Linked-Reads to fully resolve genic phasing, reveal structural variation and detect variants in previously inaccessible and complex regions of the genome with 1ng of genomic DNA.


-       Provides long range information, enabling phasing, structural variant detection and copy number determination for exome sequencing. Low complexity and repetitive regions previously missed with short-read sequencing are now accessible.


-       Discover the true genome with the Supernova Assembler and open the door to low-cost, everyday diploid assemblies. Unlock sample-specific sequences, probe diploid genome structure and remove the need for a reference sequence of any kind.


 


For additional information contact Kim Woller at Kim@10xgenomics.com.



Open to: General Public
Admission: Free
Sponsor: Institute for Integrative Genome Biology

Contact Information:
Institute for Integrative Genome Biology
(951) 827-7177
genomics@ucr.edu