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Oxford Nanopore has developed a new generation of DNA/RNA sequencing technology. It is the only sequencing technology that offers real-time analysis in fully scalable formats from pocket to population scale, that can analyze native DNA or RNA and sequence any length of fragment to achieve short to ultra-long read lengths.

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Delivering the Future of Genomic Pathogen Surveillance

Serious infectious disease outbreaks have been an ever-present threat throughout human history and, driven by factors such as increasing globalization, population growth, urbanization and climate change, that threat is increasing.
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Flexible, high-yield nanopore sequencing for every lab

Take your sequencing to the next level with the recently released PromethION 2 devices. They enable flexible, high-yield sequencing, in a compact, accessible design.
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Implementing Fast, Accessible Viral Surveillance With Nanopore Sequencing

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Over recent years, genomic sequencing of pathogens has emerged as a powerful tool to guide public health action by providing a deeper understanding of pathogen evolution, emerging variants and transmission dynamics. Oxford Nanopore Technologies offers an accessible, all-in-one sequencing platform that enables rapid, distributed and scalable genomic pathogen surveillance.

In this webinar, you will hear from leaders in the field of microbiology and infectious disease research, who will share their experiences in developing and implementing fast and accessible pathogen surveillance protocols with nanopore sequencing. The protocols presented in this webinar can be leveraged for targeted whole genome sequencing of different viral pathogens such as SARS-CoV-2 and monkeypox virus, as well as more broadly for the genomic characterization of known and novel viruses in an untargeted manner.
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Nanopore Sequencing: The Most Comprehensive Insight Into Cancer

The genetics behind cancer are both diverse and complex, with many abnormalities causing, contributing, or indicating the disease. Using nanopore sequencing, scientists can resolve variants and epigenetic modifications across the entire genome, target large panels or single genes, and detect known and novel full-length transcripts – for the most comprehensive insight into cancer genomes.
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Webinar

Rapid Leukemia Classification Using Nanopore Sequencing

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Our major findings were that the neural network was able to accurately classify 11 out of 12 leukemia samples, with as little as 5 minutes of sequencing needed to accurately classify ALL.
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Introducing Cancer Genomics With Long Reads

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The last twenty years have experienced extensive growth in the sequencing of cancer genomes, leading to a dramatically increased understanding of the role of genetic and epigenetic mutations in cancer.
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Adaptive Sampling: Target Regions of DNA in Real Time

It’s possible to target regions of DNA in real time using adaptive sampling on nanopore devices. The nanopore has the ability to read the strand sequence in real time, if it is not the strand of interest, the strand is ejected, but if it is, the nanopore recognises this and continues to read the strand. Researchers then get more of the sequence they are interested in within a shorter period of time, allowing faster and easier analysis.
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How the Placement of a Gene Affects Its Expression

Genomes are made up of thousands of individual pieces – genes – which are expressed at different levels. Researchers at EMBL have shed light on how the placement of a gene affects its expression, as well as that of its neighbours.
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ORG.one: Supporting Sequencing of Critically Endangered Species

Oxford Nanopore launched ORG.one to support faster, more localised sequencing of critically endangered species.
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Unlocking Plant 3D Genome Architecture With Pore-C Sequencing

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In this webinar, New York University’s Dr. Jae Young Choi will discuss how to perform Pore-C sequencing in plant species to generate chromosome-level genome assemblies and map chromatin interactions to identify candidate enhancer‒gene interactions.
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