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Enhanced Microbial Profiling and Metagenomics With Nanopore Sequencing featuring Dr Steven & Dr. Tianyuan Zhang

Enhanced Microbial Profiling and Metagenomics With Nanopore Sequencing

Long-read metagenomic analyses can enhance our understanding of microbes and their interactions with their environment – from bacteria in human intestines to microbes in our oceans.

In this webinar, you’ll hear how nanopore sequencing enables the recovery of microbial genomes from isolates or metagenomes, providing insights into the roles of microbes in health, disease and ecosystems.

Dr. Tianyuan Zhang will discuss his work on generating highly accurate microbial community profiles at species-level resolution using full-length 16S rRNA sequencing. 

You’ll then hear from Dr. Steven Batinovic, who will highlight new nanopore sequencing workflows for the thorough characterization of bacterial, fungal and yeast genomes from isolates or metagenomes.

Attend this webinar to: 

  • Explore how long-read sequencing in metagenomics facilitates the recovery of complete genomes to enhance our understanding of complex microbial communities.
  • Learn about how nanopore sequencing can enable high-quality, accurate analysis of microbial communities at species-level resolution.
  • Discover the advancements in full-length 16S rRNA sequencing that provide reliable species-level microbial community profiles.
Dr. Tianyuan Zhang
Dr. Tianyuan Zhang
Postdoctoral Researcher
Agricultural Genomics Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Steven Batinovic
Dr. Steven Batinovic
Field Applications Scientist
Oxford Nanopore Technologies
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