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Oxford Nanopore Technologies

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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TN Webinar Oxford Nanopore 12th October 2023

Targeted Nanopore Sequencing for Bacterial and Viral Classification

Amplicon-based sequencing approaches have been widely adopted for routine microbiology applications, including targeted 16S rRNA for bacterial taxonomic classification and tiled multiplex PCR for viral whole-genome sequencing.
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New RNA Liquid Biopsy Platform Improves Cancer Detection

A new liquid biopsy platform has been developed that uses RNA "dark matter" to diagnose cancer types including pancreatic, lung and esophageal, in the early stages.
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Nanopore Technology Achieves Breakthrough in Protein Variant Detection

A team of scientists led by the University of Oxford have achieved a significant breakthrough in detecting modifications on protein structures.
Advance Human Genomics

Advancing Human Genomics With Nanopore Sequencing

This whitepaper highlights specific case studies that reveal how researchers are applying nanopore technology to a variety of sequencing techniques, including whole genome, targeted, RNA sequencing and single-cell analysis.
Gene Sequencing

Whole-Genome Sequencing: Small Genomes

The ability to characterize microbial genomes is advancing many fields of research. In fact, sequencing approaches now allow scientists to understand disease origins and anticipate transmission patterns with applications across human health, farming and food production industries.
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Thousands of Unknown Viruses “Hide” in the DNA of Unicellular Organisms

During a large-scale study of complex single-celled microbes, scientists made an unexpected discovery. Built into the genome of the microbes, they found the DNA of over 30,000 previously unknown viruses. This "hidden" DNA may allow the replication of complete and functional viruses in the host cell.
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Alternative Transcript Isoform Detection With Single Cell and Spatial Resolution

The ability to study transcript isoforms in detail could have a significant impact on our understanding of health and disease. However, most commonly, bulk sequencing is the selected method that only provides an average of the transcripts expressed across your sample of cells.
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Scalable Nanopore Sequencing for Alzheimer’s Research

We will introduce the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Center for Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias (CARD) long-read sequencing initiative, which will generate a new genetic resource for Alzheimer’s and related dementias from thousands of human brain samples.
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Resolving Complex Genomic Structures and Regulation Patterns in Cervical Cancer

In this webinar, our expert speaker, Vanessa Porter, will present her research into identifying and classifying genomic perturbations arising from HPV integration.
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New DNA Extraction Method for Long-Read Sequencing in Plant Tissues

A novel DNA preparation protocol enables labs to isolate high molecular weight DNA from a variety of plant species cost-effectively and rapidly, opening opportunities to improve the robustness of commercially valuable plants.