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- “We can detect SNPs with an F1 score better than [short reads]…& can discover structural variants with an F1 score comparable to state-of-the-art methods...but obviously with a lower cost.”Kimberley Billingsley, NIH Center for Alzheimer's and Related Dementias
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London Calling 2023: Technology updateHear about breakthrough technology performance and our pathway to enabling sequencing by anyone, anywhere.
Nanopore sequencing is the only technology that offers scientific researchers…
A new generation of molecular sensing technology
Only nanopore sequencing offers portable to ultra-high throughput scalability with real-time data delivery and the ability to reveal accurate, rich biological data through the analysis of short to ultra-long fragments of native DNA or RNA.
Use of the technology
The platform is used by scientific researchers to solve real-world challenges through answering questions about the biology of people, plants, animals, pathogens and environments. It is also increasingly being used in ‘applied’ settings such as healthcare and food safety.Find out more
How is the microbial composition of this river changing? What is this species? Is it endangered? What can we understand about the biodiversity within this area?Learn more
Pathogens & Microbiology
What is this virus / bacteria / fungus? What makes it pathogenic? Is it resistant to antimicrobial drugs? How could we use this information to prevent or treat the disease that it causes?Learn more
Whole genome sequencing
Generate and complete microbial, human, animal, and plant genome assemblies with long nanopore sequencing reads (reads in excess of 4 Mb have been demonstrated).Learn more
What are the genetic changes that are causing this cancer, and the mechanism of those changes in broader cell pathways? Can knowledge of these changes influence choices on treatment? Can new therapeutics be developed as a result of this knowledge?Learn more
How can we use sequence data to personalise medicine? How can we integrate sequence data into clinical decision making? How does a person’s genome influence how they may respond to a disease or an infection?Learn more