BCM-HGSC | Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center

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The Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center (BCM-HGSC) is a world leader in genomics. The center focuses on advancing biology and genetics through improved genome technologies. Located at the heart of the Texas Medical Center, the BCM-HGSC applies cutting-edge genomics in science and medicine. The center offers a range of services, including clinical testing, long-read sequencing, and research on topics such as cancer genomics, human genomics, microbial genomics, and more.



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Learning about Long Read Sequencing Utility and Applications
Long read sequencing continues to offer remarkable ability to capture complex genomic architecture, providing researchers and clinicians with comprehensive insights into genetic variations, structural rearrangements, and regulatory elements. In the realm of research, long read sequencing holds immense promise for elucidating biological mechanisms, deciphering gene regulation, and discovering the genetic basis of diseases. Moreover, in clinical settings, this technology holds the potential to transform diagnostics, prognostics, and personalized medicine by enabling precise characterization of individual genomes and identification of disease-causing mutations with high accuracy. Throughout this seminar, we will explore leveraging long read sequencing for both research and clinical endeavors, highlighting its impact on understanding human health and disease. We look forward to your participation and the opportunity to engage in discussions on the potential of long read sequencing.
3/22/2024 3:00 PM