One of the trends of modern genomics research is changing focus from sequencing a massive number of genomes in order to detect point mutations using the short-read technologies towards sequencing of fewer individuals using the long-read technologies that can resolve more complex events, e.g. structural re-arrangements, copy number variations, repeat expansions, etc.


At the same time, the long-read sequencing has revolutionized the field of de novo sequencing for biodiversity studies, making working with this application less time consuming and more productive.

Join us in Uppsala in December to learn more about PacBio, 10xGenomics, and Oxford Nanopore Technologies and their applications, get inspired by peers presenting their research, and enjoy discussions with NGI personnel and company representatives.

Empower your research with long-read sequencing technologies
 Keynote speakers
Jason Underwood
University of Washington
Robert Sebra
ICAHN School of Medicine
Graham Etherington
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NGI Sweden / SciLifeLab

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