Pacific Biosciences has released SMRT Analysis 1.3.3, a software upgrade that enables the detection of base modifications from sequencing data. Customers can now automatically detect common bacterial methylation, including N6-methyladenine, N4-methylcytosine, and Tet-converted 5-methylcytosine. The upgrade also enables methyltransferase recognition motif analysis and integrates the Celera assembler.
New Products: PacBio's SMRT Analysis
Oct 23, 2012