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ASHG – Booth #1123

October 18, 2016 - October 22, 2016


Transforming Genomic Analysis with the 10x Chromium System

Unlock inaccessible regions of the genome and profile hundreds of thousands of cells with the Chromium System from 10x Genomics. One powerful system is all you need to explore multiple application-based solutions for single-cell, genome, exome and de novo assembly. Join your colleagues to hear how they have used this ground-breaking technology.

Friday, October 21
1:00 – 2:30pm

Convention Center Room 2/3, East Building

Speakers to include:

Dr. Chris Whelan, PhD, Broad Institute
Dr. Calvin Kuo, MD, PhD, Stanford University
Dr. Tarjei Mikkelsen, PhD, 10x Genomics

lunch will be provided



Thursday, Oct 20, 11:30am – 11:45am
Ballroom C, West Building
Abstract 135

Combining linked read technology with standard target-enrichment NGS etc. can accurately resolve short reads and distinguish variants in the Lynch/CMMRD syndrome gene, PMS2, from its pseudogene, PMS2CL

–Charlly Kao
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Friday, Oct 21, 11:00am – 1:00pm
Room 221, West Building
Session II, #58

Detecting sub-clinical transplant rejection using non-invasive miRNA and mRNA signatures

–Brendan J. Keating
Univ. of Pennsylvania

Saturday, Oct 22, 10:30am 10:45am
Room 211, West Building
Abstract 314

A hybrid approach for de novo human genome sequence assembly, phasing and detection of complex structural variation

–Yulia Mostovoy

Saturday, Oct 22, 11:00am – 11:30am
Room 211, West Building
Abstract 316

de novo assembly of individual human haplotypes from diploid samples

–Deanna Church
10x Genomics

Saturday, Oct 22, 11:15am – 11:30am
Ballroom B, West Building
Abstract 292

Massively parallel digital transcriptional profiling of single cells

–Grace X.Y. Zheng
10x Genomics


Thursday, Oct 20, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Exhibit Hall B
Abstract 3191T

Long range applications with short read sequencing

–Sarah Garcia
10x Genomics


Thursday, Oct 20, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Exhibit Hall B
Abstract 3188T

Comparison of synthetic long read sequencing methods and optical mapping for de novo genome assembly

–David Mohr
Johns Hopkins


October 18, 2016
October 22, 2016
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