Advancing Genomics in Agriculture: The Impact of DNBSEQ™ Technology
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This recording captures our PAG31 workshop, highlighting the transformative impact of DNBSEQ™ technology on Agrigenomics, improving sequencing accuracy and cost-effectiveness. The technology eliminates index hopping and clonal errors, enhancing accuracy, flexibility, and accessibility.
Despite strides in single-cell methodologies in animal and human fields, the plant community faces adoption challenges. The workshop showcased spatial transcriptomics advancements, providing valuable insights into plant tissues. We addressed the global protein deficiency challenge through a non-transgenic approach and single-cell genetic models, revealing how transcriptomics analyses contribute to advancing crop research for sustainable protein production in plant-based foods, promoting global health and sustainability.
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Robert Henry, Professor of Innovation in Agriculture, The University of Queensland
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Ling Li, Associate Professor, Mississippi State University
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Bryan Witherbee, CEO of Ferris Genomics