New Products: PacBio's Base Modification Software; GenBank 190.0 | GenomeWeb

Pacific Biosciences has launched software to detect DNA base modifications on the PacBio RS. The software is available as a free download from PacBio's DevNet portal and will work on any data generated by the PacBio RS with the C2 chemistry.


GenBank version 190.0 is now available here via FTP from the National Center for Biotechnology Information. It contains data as of June 15.

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