Long-Read Sequencing Uppsala Meeting 2022
October 31 @ 08:00 – November 2 @ 17:00 CET
In recent years, long-read DNA sequencing has replaced short-read technologies as the gold standard solution for a wide range of genomics applications. In addition to producing high quality de novo genome assembly, long-read technologies can be used to study complex structural variation, full-length RNA isoforms, detection of epigenetic signals, and much more. The adaptation of long-read sequencing is sweeping through several areas of the life sciences including agricultural, environmental, and medical research.
Join us in Uppsala for a three-day event to catch up with the latest developments in long-read sequencing technologies and their applications, get inspired by peers presenting their research, and enjoy discussions with leading experts and company representatives.