Next Gen Sequencing


The world’s first complete chromosome sequence at #AGBT19

NGHRI’s Dr. Adam Phillippy presents a remarkable dataset – the telomere-to-telomere assembly of a complete human X chromosome When the completion of the Human Genome Project was announced on June 6, 2002, President Bill Clinton said the following: We are here to celebrate the completion of the first survey of […]

The full x-chromosome map

The age of mRNA isoform discovery at #AGBT19

Single-cell isoforms from long-reads take the stage at the Advances for Genome Biology and Technology, along with structural variation and better reference genomes. Underlying all these advances is better long-read technology from Pacific Biosciences and Oxford Nanopore. Thinking a little further about the overarching theme of this year’s Advances in […]


You can outsource just about anything

From specialty development, laboratory automation, and even IVD approval there options that abound Here at Advances in Genome Biology and Technology 2019 (#AGB19) you come across plenty of companies new and old. On one floor of the exhibitor suites I counted 17 companies, and on the second floor there were […]