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Vivian Tuei 15h
Nanopore sequencer, see it? Exciting science with
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Justin Ray 8h
What a day! Four different species being simultaneously sequenced thanks to ’s GridION.
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Oxford Nanopore 11h
Good day at ? Caught up on developments? Our guide: posters, events, win a sequencer!
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Nuno Faria 12h
Excited to announce first ever viral sequencing in Angola at the INSP in Luanda for ArboSpread - the brand new sister project of the !
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Roberto Anitori 15h
Stoked!! First time assembling a bacterial genome using data! Even better, data was generated by my UNDERGRAD COMMUNITY COLLEGE students looking for new antibiotics as part of Canu took 3 days on it, but finally got it done :)
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Anna Fine Foer 18h
So excited to share my new collage about the , thanks to technology by to sequence complex genomes.
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Oxford Nanopore 24h
Thanks Laura- our customer support team is going to be in touch ASAP
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Michael J. Feb 21
Thanks SO MUCH to Josh and the team for helping us successfully sequence using the oxford minion today!
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Joaquim Viñes Pujol Feb 21
First 2 successful assemblies with Rapid Kit + CANU! S.aureus w/ 2733313bp + S.pseudintermedius w/ 2749578bp 😍🎊🎉
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James Platt Feb 21
If you are at come talk to me or about sequencing anything anywhere.
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 21
85Gb human data from a single PromethION Flow Cell.
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Samuel O'Donnell Feb 21
Looking forward to talk at the Paris Nanopore Day next month
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Vicky Enne Feb 19
Advances may quicker than anticipated. In our HAP/VAP project we're able to go from sputum sample to microbe & major resistance genes in 8h using technology. No longer just a pipe dream.
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Laura Boykin Feb 21
It is happening. is this the first in Kenya?
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 21
Welcome to the first day of ! Come by our table: talks, posters, and a chance to win a MinION!
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Oxford Nanopore Feb 20
Going to tomorrow? Make sure to come see us and enter our competition to win a MinION!
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Oxford Nanopore Jobs Feb 20
We're ! Want to join the team as Senior Director of Computational Biology? Check out our website for details -
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Matt Loose Feb 20
It can be useful to see reads generated per channel over time on a flow cell. Little script (bit slow) to generate animated GIFs for a flow cell from the sequencing_summary.txt file. Code here:
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Alexander Wittenberg Feb 20
basecalling plant genome cell done: 75.9 Gb of data and a read N50>28.7Kb! Amazing!
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Nature Methods Jan 16
Direct RNA sequencing with nanopores.
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