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Interview: Long-read sequencing technologies reveal mutations lurking in the “camouflaged” genome

24th September 2019

Date: Tuesday 8th October Time: 4pm BST/11am EDT Speaker: Mark Ebbert, Mayo Clinic Dr. Mark T.W. Ebbert is Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at the Mayo Clinic, USA with a background in computa...

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11 questions about NCM 2019 answered

20th September 2019

With only 11 weeks to go until we meet in New York City, here are 11 things you may be wondering about the Nanopore Community Meeting (and 11 reasons we’d love to see you there): Surely you ca...

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Oxford Nanopore enters into a non-exclusive agreement with Caribou Biosciences for CRISPR-Cas9 enrichment for nanopore sequencing

19th September 2019

Oxford Nanopore and Caribou Biosciences, Inc. have entered into a non-exclusive license agreement under which Caribou has granted Oxford Nanopore a worldwide, non-exclusive license under foundationa...

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New kit extends yields of flow cells

18th September 2019

Today we've released an updated Flow Cell Wash Kit which will be included in all starter packs and is also available to purchase separately on the Nanopore Store. The kit enables increased yields fr...

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A summer* of nanopore – are you up to date?

17th September 2019

As we gear up for what's set to be a busy rest of 2019, with a China Nanopore Tech Tour just around the corner and the New York Community Meeting hot on its heels, we’re taking a moment to reflec...

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Interview: Single-cell nanopore sequencing allows high-throughput multiomic analyses of cellular diversity in disease

28th August 2019

Date: Thursday 29th August 2019 Time: 4pm BST/11am EDT/8am PDT/1am Sydney Speaker: Ghamdan Al-Eryani, Garvan Institute of Medical Research Ghamdan Al-Eryani is currently completing his PhD in the...

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7 breakthroughs in RNA research from the Nanopore Community

1st August 2019

On RNA Day 2019 we're taking the time to celebrate some ground-breaking work from the Nanopore Community, across the field of transcriptomics. These examples utilise both methods we offer for long-r...

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Introducing GridION Mk1

29th July 2019

GridION is a desktop device that allows simple scaling of MinION and Flongle Flow Cells. Users are able to run up to five flow cells simultaneously, enabling the generation of as much as 150Gb (assu...

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Oxford Nanopore prevails for fourth time in patent hearing

17th July 2019

Oxford Nanopore has prevailed once again following the decision yesterday by the European Patent Office (EPO) to revoke a second PacBio European Patent, EP3170904. This decision is consistent with t...

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Scale-up: Oxford Nanopore’s new high-tech factory comes online

5th July 2019

8th July 2019, Oxford, UK: Oxford Nanopore has started high-tech, automated manufacturing processes at its new factory in Oxford, UK. The MinION building is a bespoke, state-of-the-art, high-tec...

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Interview: Digging up the dirt using rapid genomic discovery with nanopore sequencing

20th June 2019

Technology Networks webinar Date: Thursday 27th June 2019 Time: 11am EDT/4pm BST/7am Alaska Speaker: Devin Drown, Assistant Professor at University Alaska Fairbanks Devin Drown is Assistant Prof...

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London Calling 2019 day 3: populations-scale SV with PromethION, forensics, direct RNA, more

24th May 2019

The final day of London Calling saw some impressive science in compact formats - read the plenary write ups below, or head over to the Nanopore Community to see the full live blog! Min Sung Park: ...

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London Calling: Clive Brown and team plenary

24th May 2019

Oxford Nanopore CTO Clive Brown's plenary at this year's London Calling was shared with members of his team: Stu Reid, Lakmal Jayasinghe, Andy Heron and Rosemary Dokos. You can watch the video below...

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London Calling 2019, Day 2: cancer research, completing human chromosomes, epigenetic signatures of viruses, more

23rd May 2019

The second day of talks at London Calling saw some phenomenal science - from completing the human genome to using cell-free DNA to investigate residual disease in cancer. Get the run-down of all th...

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London Calling 2019 day 1: RNA base modification, haematology, mRNA in the human brain, more

22nd May 2019

It's been a fantastic and packed out first day in Old Billingsgate for London Calling! The summaries of the key plenary talks can be found below recounting all the action; keep track of everything g...

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London Calling kicks off: includes live first-time sequencing of the Fever Tree - the plant that some say has saved millions of lives from malaria, over hundreds of years.

22nd May 2019

Today, the annual London Calling conference starts. 600 attendees from all over the world have converged on Old Billingsgate to discuss all things nanopore, to hear 87 speakers and read 81 posters ...

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GrandOmics collaborates with Oxford Nanopore to deliver dbSV-100k, a project to sequence 100,000 affordable nanopore long-read human genomes

25th April 2019

Strategic collaboration between two organisations represents largest nanopore sequencing project to date, capitalising on recent developments bringing ultra-high yields with PromethION GrandOmics, ...

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The highest throughput yet: PromethION breaks the 7 Terabase mark

16th April 2019

The PromethION 48 (P48) achieved over 7 Terabases in a single experiment at Oxford Nanopore this week. The 48 flow cells were run in parallel and basecalled in real time. This takes full advantage ...

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ECCMID: An Oxford Nanopore guide to ECCMID

11th April 2019

If you're in Amsterdam this weekend for ECCMID 2019, please do come and say hello at booth 1.23. PromethION, GridION, MinION and Flongle will be on display and we're bringing a range of technolog...

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Nanopore sequencing for rapid, intelligent food safety testing

25th March 2019

Foodborne contaminants cause 9.4M illnesses in the United States each year; the average recall costs food manufacturers $15M per incident. Salmonella alone causes one million of these illnesses. Wh...

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New ‘R10’ nanopore released into early access

13th March 2019

R10 is a new design of nanopore, with a longer barrel and dual reader head. This week it is being released from internal use into an early access programme. A small number of nanopore users will b...

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Oxford Nanopore launches Flongle, for rapid, smaller DNA/RNA sequencing tests in any environment

12th March 2019

Oxford Nanopore has today made Flongle starter packs available to purchase, after initial testing in an early-access programme. Flongle introduces a new paradigm of smaller, on-demand DNA or RNA se...

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Nanopore Digest: 28th February 2019

5th March 2019

Welcome to the Oxford Nanopore digest - a regular newsletter of updates from the nanopore community. You'll be able to find links to recent publications, presentations and other news. If you'd lik...

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Nanopore Digest: 14th February 2019

18th February 2019

Welcome to the Oxford Nanopore digest - a regular newsletter of updates from the nanopore community. You'll be able to find links to recent publications, presentations and other news. If you'd lik...

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Oxford Nanopore prevails against PacBio in decision by US Court of Appeal that upholds ITC ruling

12th February 2019

- Decision defeats attempts by PacBio to prevent Oxford Nanopore from selling its technology in the US - Oxford Nanopore announces that the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit today upheld ...

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