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Rasmus Kirkegaard 2h
They are at it again & are doing their best to beat the yield record on the
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One week left to submit your abstract for : . We can support poster and oral presentations with bursaries — $500 and $1000 respectively. Email events@nanoporetech.com with your abstract to apply.
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Register now for our EMBL course on advanced training with Oxford Nanopore Technologies, co-organised with in Heidelberg, Germany, 14 - 18 Jan 2019. Application deadline to attend the course is tomorrow! Register now:
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Don't worry if you missed 's webinar, 'Genome insights enabling crop innovation using PromethION'— it's now available to watch on demand:
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Aaron Pomerantz 23h
Replying to @nanopore
The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute has been a great balance between fieldwork & utilizing lab facilities to process samples. I think it’s a cool opportunity to test out downstream molecular steps in country as opposed to storing & shipping material abroad w
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Aaron Pomerantz 23h
Last year I was excited to sequence amplicons while on a field expedition with . Now it looks like we can go from collecting to whole genome sequencing in about a day! Fingers crossed for a good Glasswing butterfly genome assembly at the Smithsonian 🦋
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Matt Loose Nov 20
In which we discovered a >2Mb read. Out now in Bioinformatics - software has a few new tweaks from the preprint - my favourite being the ability to load a paf mapping file and directly visualise mappings on the bulk file. Nice work
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Oxford Nanopore Events Nov 20
Missing NCM 2018? Register your interest now to make up for it at London Calling 2019!
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Oxford Nanopore Events Nov 20
NCM 2018 is now wait list only. If you're still hoping to join us in San Francisco register to join the list here:
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jose_lozano Nov 20
Nice webinar on genome insights for crop innovation using technologies
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Oxford Nanopore Nov 20
Webinar from at starting in one hour. Register here to tune in:
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Erik Toussaint Nov 20
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So this was to easy ;-) Indeed the Oxford Nanopore MinION. Can analyse samples with huge DNA chunks, making it easy to assemble the DNA puzzle ! Today KeyGene's Alexander Wittenberg will give a webinar on using Nanopore for crop innovation.
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Dr. Laura Boykin Nov 19
Tanzanian takeover!!!! yasssss!!!!
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York Genomics Lab Nov 19
We are happy to announce that are now a Certified PromethION Service Provider.
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Oxford Nanopore Nov 19
Don't miss 's webinar tomorrow, register here: and tune in at 3pm (GMT)
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James Ferguson Nov 18
Flongles have arrived! Still waiting on the adapter. But given we are all the way in Australia, that's not really surprising. Can't wait to give them a spin!
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Martin Andersen Aug 16
Are you interested in sequencing and ? Then I suggest you to see talk at on his hybrid workflow. 11.15 in Exhibition Hall 2
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Quentin Carradec Nov 16
First time use of MinION for fish diversity survey in Moorea (French Polynesia) and real time basecalling thanks to MinIT.
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Lachlan Coin Nov 16
Our new preprint from on using sequencing for culture free identification of intracellular gram-neg pathogen (and dog commensal) Capnocytophaga canimorsus in septic shock
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