Advancing Cardiology Research with Long-Read RNA Sequencing

In this webinar, learn how long-read transcriptomics at full-length isoform resolution is transforming our understanding of heart development, function, and disease.

Hear two researchers discuss their use of bulk and single-cell sequencing with the PacBio Iso-Seq method for cardiology research, which will include a comparison to Oxford Nanopore and short-read RNA sequencing, discussion of applications in spatial transcriptomics, and a review of early data generated from the recently released Kinnex full-length RNA kit.

Watch the recording to:

  • Learn how PacBio HiFi sequencing enables higher resolution of bulk RNA transcriptome research that cannot be achieved with other known sequencing technologies. 
  • Hear why isoforms, not genes, are important for human genomics research. 
  • Understand how the Kinnex single-cell and full-length RNA kits provide extraordinary insight into disease biology by providing full-length transcript isoform information.
  • Discover how transcriptome sequencing with the Iso-Seq method enables researchers to better understand cardiac development, function, injury, and disease.

Find out how PacBio long-read RNA sequencing is revolutionizing transcriptomics and powering groundbreaking research to better understand human health.

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Christoph Dietrich, PhD

Professor, Klaus Tschira Institute for Integrative Computational Cardiology, University Hospital Heidelberg

Kimberly Aldinger, PhD

Principal Investigator, Seattle Children’s Research Institute

Geoff Henno
Associate Director, Precision Health, PacBio
Host and moderator

Nina Gonzaludo, PhD

Senior Manager, Human Genomics Segment Marketing, PacBio
Host and moderator