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Targeted nanopore sequencing by real-time mapping of raw electrical signal with UNCALLED

ReadUntil sequencing allows nanopore devices to selectively eject individual reads from the pore in real-time. This could enable purely computational targeted sequencing, however most mapping methods require basecalling, which is computationally intensive.

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Nanopore adaptive sequencing for mixed samples, whole exome capture and targeted panels

Nanopore sequencers enable selective sequencing of single molecules in real time by individually reversing the voltage across specific nanopores.

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Nanopore sequencing from liquid biopsy: analysis of copy number variations from cell-free DNA of lung cancer patients

Alterations in the genetic content, such as Copy Number Variations (CNVs) is one of the hallmarks of cancer and their detection is used to recognize tumoral DNA. Analysis of cell-free DNA from plasma is a powerful tool for non-invasive disease monitoring in cancer patients.

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Rapid and Point-of-Care Testing in Respiratory Tract Infections: An Antibiotic Guardian?

This is a narrative review on the potential of rapid and point-of-care microbiological testing in pneumonia patients, focusing particularly on hospital-acquired and ventilator-associated pneumonia, which have substantial mortality and diverse microbiology.

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BoardION: real-time monitoring of Oxford Nanopore Technologies devices

One of the main advantages of the Oxford Nanopore Technology (ONT) is the possibility of sequencing in real time.

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Rapid and sensitive direct detection and identification of poliovirus from stool and environmental surveillance samples using nanopore sequencing

Global poliovirus surveillance involves virus isolation from stool and environmental samples, intratypic differential (ITD) by PCR and sequencing of the VP1 region to distinguish vaccine (Sabin), vaccine-derived and wild-type polioviruses and ensure an appropriate response.

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Rapid high resolution HLA genotyping by MinION Oxford Nanopore sequencing for deceased donor organ allocation

Recently, HLA epitopes on donor HLA molecules have been shown to be important in the success of solid organ transplantation. However, these epitopes can only be defined using high resolution typing results of which are often not available prior to deceased donor allocation.

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Porcupine: Rapid and robust tagging of physical objects using nanopore-orthogonal DNA strands

Porcupine lets end-users label physical objects with custom DNA tags, without requiring a lab to create or read tags, and offers rapid readout using nanopore sequencing.

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Rapid next-generation sequencing–based diagnostics of bacteremia in septic patients

The increasing incidence of bloodstream infections including sepsis is a major challenge in intensive care units worldwide.

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iGenomics: Comprehensive DNA sequence analysis on your Smartphone

Following the miniaturization of integrated circuitry and other computer hardware over the past several decades, DNA sequencing is following a similar path.

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Rapid in-country sequencing of whole virus genomes to inform rabies elimination programmes

Genomic surveillance is an important aspect of contemporary disease management but has yet to be used routinely to monitor endemic disease transmission and control in low- and middle-income countries.

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Rapid inference of antibiotic resistance and susceptibility by genomic neighbour typing

Surveillance of drug-resistant bacteria is essential for healthcare providers to deliver effective empirical antibiotic therapy. However, traditional molecular epidemiology does not typically occur on a timescale that could affect patient treatment and outcomes.

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BOSS-RUNS: a flexible and practical dynamic read sampling framework for nanopore sequencing

Real-time selective sequencing of individual DNA fragments, or 'Read Until', allows the focusing of Oxford Nanopore Technology sequencing on pre-selected genomic regions.

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Rapid nanopore whole-genome sequencing for anthrax emergency preparedness

Human anthrax cases necessitate rapid response. We completed Bacillus anthracis nanopore whole-genome sequencing in our high-containment laboratory from a human anthrax isolate hours after receipt.

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Rapid MinION profiling of preterm microbiota and antimicrobial-resistant pathogens

The MinION sequencing platform offers near real-time analysis of DNA sequence; this makes the tool attractive for deployment in fieldwork or clinical settings.

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Nanopore targeted sequencing for rapid gene mutations detection in acute myeloid leukemia

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) clinical settings cannot do without molecular testing to confirm or rule out predictive biomarkers for prognostic stratification, in order to initiate or withhold targeted therapy.

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Rapid identification of genomic structural variations with nanopore sequencing enables blood-based cancer monitoring

Somatic genomic structural variations (SVs) are promising personalized biomarkers for sensitive and specific detection of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) in liquid biopsies.

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Retooling phage display with electrohydrodynamic nanomixing and nanopore sequencing

Phage display methodologies offer a versatile platform for the isolation of single-chain Fv (scFv) molecules which may be rebuilt into monoclonal antibodies.

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Multiplexed direct detection of barcoded protein reporters on a nanopore array

Genetically encoded reporter proteins are a cornerstone of molecular biology.

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Rapid sequence-based characterisation of African swine fever virus using the Oxford Nanopore MinION sequence sensing device and a companion analysis software tool

African swine fever virus (ASFV) is the causative agent of a severe and highly contagious viral disease of pigs that poses serious economic consequences to the swine industry due to the high mortality rate and impact on international trade.

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Third generation sequencing in the clinical laboratory: Exploring the advantages and challenges of nanopore sequencing

Metagenomic sequencing for infectious disease diagnostics is an important tool that holds promise for use in the clinical laboratory. Challenges for implementation so far include high cost, length of time to results, and need for technical and bioinformatics expertise.

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The diagnostic chronic lymphocytic leukaemia genome by nanopore sequencing

Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) is characterised by considerable clinical and biological heterogeneity, with specific recurrent genomic alterations, including TP53 mutations, deletions of chromosome 17p, and IgHV mutational status, impacting on response to chemo-immunotherapy and tar

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Offline next generation metagenomics sequence analysis using MinION Detection Software (MINDS)

Field laboratories interested in using the MinION often need the internet to perform sample analysis. Thus, the lack of internet connectivity in resource-limited or remote locations renders downstream analysis problematic, resulting in a lack of sample identification in the field.

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Genomic characterization of mumps viruses from a large-scale mumps outbreak in Arkansas, 2016

In 2016, a year-long large-scale mumps outbreak occurred in Arkansas among a highly-vaccinated population. A total of 2954 mumps cases were identified during this outbreak.

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Tree Lab: Portable genomics for early detection of plant viruses and pests in Sub-Saharan Africa

In this case study we successfully teamed the PDQeX DNA purification technology developed by MicroGEM, New Zealand, with the MinION and MinIT mobile sequencing devices developed by Oxford Nanopore Technologies to produce an effective point-of-need field diagnostic system.

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Next-generation in situ conservation and capacity building in Madagascar using a mobile genetics lab

Madagascar is a biodiversity hotspot that is facing rapid rates of deforestation, habitat destruction and poverty. Urgent action is required to document the status of biodiversity to facilitate efficacious conservation plans.

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Introducing DNA sequencing to the next generation on a research vessel sailing the Bering Sea through a storm

Experiential learning in the field is an opportunity for students to enter the heart of a scientific discipline. Through such experience, they can extract conceptual clues and discover motivational stepping stones that will potentially influence the rest of their education and career choice.

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Towards high quality real-time whole genome sequencing during outbreaks using Usutu virus as example

Recently, protocols for amplicon based whole genome sequencing using Nanopore technology have been described for Ebola virus, Zika virus, yellow fever virus and West Nile virus.

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Influenza A virus field surveillance at a swine-human interface

While working overnight at a swine exhibition, we identified an influenza A virus (IAV) outbreak in swine, Nanopore sequenced 13 IAV genomes from samples we collected, and predicted in real time that these viruses posed a novel risk to humans due to genetic mismatches between the viruses and curr

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MinION sequencing to genotype US strains of infectious laryngotracheitis virus

Over the last decade the US broiler industry has fought long-lasting outbreaks of infectious laryngotracheitis (ILTV).

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Applying rapid whole-genome sequencing to predict phenotypic antimicrobial susceptibility testing results among carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae clinical isolates

Standard antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) approaches lead to delays in the selection of optimal antimicrobial therapy. Here, we sought to determine the accuracy of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) determinants identified by nanopore whole-genome sequencing in predicting AST results.

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Metagenomic sequencing at the epicenter of the Nigeria 2018 Lassa fever outbreak

The 2018 Nigerian Lassa fever season saw the largest ever recorded upsurge of cases, raising concerns over the emergence of a strain with increased transmission rate.

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A nanopore sequencing–based assay for rapid detection of gene fusions

Structural chromosomal rearrangements leading to gene fusions are strong driver mutations in a variety of tumors.

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Multi-Platform Sequencing Approach Reveals a Novel Transcriptome Profile in Pseudorabies Virus

Third-generation sequencing is an emerging technology that is capable of solving several problems that earlier approaches were not able to, including the identification of transcripts isoforms and overlapping transcripts.

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An amplicon-based sequencing framework for accurately measuring intrahost virus diversity using PrimalSeq and iVar

How viruses evolve within hosts can dictate infection outcomes; however, reconstructing this process is challenging.

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Integrative transcriptome sequencing reveals extensive alternative trans-splicing and cis-backsplicing in human cells

Transcriptionally non-co-linear (NCL) transcripts can originate from trans-splicing (trans-spliced RNA; ‘tsRNA’) or cis-backsplicing (circular RNA; ‘circRNA’).

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Nanopore sequencing technology: a new route for the fast detection of unauthorized GMO

In order to strengthen the current genetically modified organism (GMO) detection system for unauthorized GMO, we have recently developed a new workflow based on DNA walking to amplify unknown sequences surrounding a known DNA region.

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Genomic insights into Candidatus Amarolinea aalborgensis gen. nov., sp. nov., associated with settleability problems in wastewater treatment plants

Settleability of particles in activated sludge systems can be impaired by an overgrowth of filamentous bacteria, a problem known as bulking. These filaments are often members of the phylum Chloroflexi, sometimes reaching abundances in excess of 30% of the biovolume.

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Stationary and portable sequencing-based approaches for tracing wastewater contamination in urban stormwater systems

Urban sewer systems consist of wastewater and stormwater sewers, of which only wastewater is processed before being discharged. Occasionally, misconnections or damages in the network occur, resulting in untreated wastewater entering natural water bodies via the stormwater system.

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Long-Read Sequencing Revealed an Extensive Transcript Complexity in Herpesviruses

Long-read sequencing (LRS) techniques are very recent advancements, but they have already been used for transcriptome research in all of the three subfamilies of herpesviruses. These techniques have multiplied the number of known transcripts in each of the examined viruses.

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Xdrop: targeted sequencing of long DNA molecules from low input samples using droplet sorting

Long-read sequencing can resolve regions of the genome that are inaccessible to short reads, and therefore such technologies are ideal for genome-gap closure, solving structural rearrangements and sequencing through repetitive elements.

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Rapid whole-genome based typing and surveillance of avipoxviruses using nanopore sequencing

Avian pox is an infectious disease caused by avipoxviruses (APV), resulting in cutaneous and/or tracheal lesions. Poxviruses share large genome sizes (from 130 to 360 kb), featuring repetitions, deletions or insertions as a result of a long-term recombination history.

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Antimicrobial resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae carriage and infection in specialized geriatric care wards linked to acquisition in the referring hospital

Background.

Klebsiella pneumoniae is a leading cause of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL) producing hospital-associated infections, for which elderly patients are at increased risk.

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High contiguity Arabidopsis thaliana genome assembly with a single nanopore flow cell

While many evolutionary questions can be answered by short read re-sequencing, presence/absence polymorphisms of genes and/or transposons have been largely ignored in large-scale intraspecific evolutionary studies.

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Same-day diagnostic and surveillance data for tuberculosis via whole genome sequencing of direct respiratory samples.

Routine full characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) is culture-based, taking many weeks.

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The Oxford Nanopore MinION: delivery of nanopore sequencing to the genomics community

Nanopore DNA strand sequencing has emerged as a competitive, portable technology. Reads exceeding 150 kilobases have been achieved, as have in-field detection and analysis of clinical pathogens.

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In-field metagenome and 16S rRNA gene amplicon nanopore sequencing robustly characterize glacier microbiota

In the field of observation, chance favours only the prepared mind (Pasteur). Impressive developments in genomics have led microbiology to its third Golden Age.

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Comparison of bacterial genome assembly software for MinION data and their applicability to medical microbiology

Translating the Oxford Nanopore MinION sequencing technology into medical microbiology requires on-going analysis that keeps pace with technological improvements to the instrument and release of associated analysis software.

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Analysis of the mouse gut microbiome using full-length 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing

Demands for faster and more accurate methods to analyze microbial communities from natural and clinical samples have been increasing in the medical and healthcare industry.

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Rapid metagenomic identification of viral pathogens in clinical samples by real-time nanopore sequencing analysis

We report unbiased metagenomic detection of chikungunya virus (CHIKV), Ebola virus (EBOV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV) from four human blood samples by MinION nanopore sequencing coupled to a newly developed, web-based pipeline for real-time bioinformatics analysis on a computational server or la

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What’s in my pot? Real-time species identification on the MinION

Whole genome sequencing on next-generation instruments provides an unbiased way to identify the organisms present in complex metagenomic samples. However, the time-to-result can be protracted because of fixed-time sequencing runs and cumbersome bioinformatics workflows.

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BioMed Central blog: Real-time surveillance with nanopore-seq

Rafal Marszalek at Genome Biology notes that “Lessons about the epidemic control are usually learned the hard way.

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Josh Quick: Lab in a suitcase and other adventures with Nanopore sequencing

Josh Quick describes his recent work to monitor ebola in Guinea using the MinION.

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Surveillance of Ebola in Guinea using the MinION – the story

Nick Loman blogs about his group’s participation in the monitoring of Ebola in Guinea, describing the work of Josh Quick in the field.

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MinION in space

We are delighted that the MinION is scheduled to visit the International Space Station; this article from NASA explains what the project aims to achie

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npReader – real-time conversion and analysis of Nanopore reads

npReader (jsa.np.f5reader) is a program that extracts Oxford Nanopore sequencing data from FAST5 files, performs an initial analysis of the date and streams them to real-time analysis pipelines.

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Real-time selective sequencing on the MinION

The MinION replaces the conventional model of "sequence followed by analysis to final result" with instant access to data before the completion of a sequencing run. This instant access extends to the analysis of sequence "squiggle" data even before a read has finished traversing the nanopore.

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Progress at UC Santa Cruz: Long DNA fragments, tRNA and Modified Bases

Nanopore strand sequencing is uniquely suited to analysis of long DNA fragments and base modifications. In this presentation, we will discuss recent experiments that demonstrate 99% consensus accuracy for 150kb+ DNA fragments in single MinION runs.

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MinION sequencing of malaria parasites

The MinION device by Oxford Nanopore is the first portable sequencing device. MinION is able to produce very long reads (reads over 100~kBp were reported), however it suffers from high sequencing error rate.

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Nanopore sequencing for metagenomic diagnosis of infectious diseases

Unbiased diagnosis of all pathogens in a single test by metagenomic next-generation sequencing is now feasible, but has been limited to date by concerns regarding sensitivity and sample-to-answer turnaround times.

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ZiBRA project: real-time sequencing of Zika virus in Brazil

A revolution is occurring in genomic epidemiology. Recently, real-time portable genome sequencing using the Oxford Nanopore MinION device was successfully used to characterize the genetic diversity of the Ebola virus outbreak in Guinea.

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Sara Goodwin, CSHL: Rapid CNV Characterisation of clinical cancer samples on the Oxford Nanopore MinION

Sara Goodwin of Coldspring Harbour Laboratory talks to the Oxford Nanopore Community at London Calling.

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Real-time nanopore sequencing and analysis of plant genomes in a tent in Snowdonia National Park

Joe Parker from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew gives a talk at London Calling 2016 on how he used the MinION to analyse plant genomes in a tent in the middle of Snowdonia National Park.

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Genome sequencing a comprehensive communicable diseases solution in the making

Derrick Crook from University of Oxford gives a talk at London Calling 2016.

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The Mystery of the Pink Lake

London Calling talk: The eXtreme Microbiome Project (XMP) Presents: The Mystery of the Pink Lake | Ken McGrath, Australian Genome Research Facility.

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How MinION is Changing my Research in Infectious Diseases Diagnostics

A presentation to the MinION Community by Dr Justin O’Grady, Lecturer in Medical Microbiology, University of East Anglia.

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Rapid Short-Read Sequencing and Aneuploidy Detection using MinION Nanopore Technology

A presentation to the MinION Community by Dr Zev Williams, Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women’s Health, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

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Running and Reading in Real Time: Looking at Squiggles on the MinION

Dr Matthew Loose, Head of Next Generation Sequencing Service, Nottingham University talks to the MinION commnity.

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Getting the Flu: Exploring Influenza Virus Evolutionary Dynamics by Single Molecule Sequencing

Elodie Ghedin - Professor of Biology and member of the Center for Genomics and Systems Biology, New York University - talks to the MinION community.

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Leveraging MinHash for Rapid Identification of Nanopore Data on Mobile Hardware

Dr Brian Ondov, Bioinformatics Engineer at National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Centre talks to the MinION Community about Leveraging MinHash.

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Real-time Genomic Characterization of Viral Threat Agents using Nanopore Sequencing

Dr Andrew Kilianski presents a talk for the MinION Community on Real-time Genomic Characterization of Viral Threat Agents using Nanopore Sequencing.

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A year of happy MAPping

In this talk I will cover the highs and lows of being part of the Oxford Nanopore MinION Access Programme. Our laboratory joined the MAP programme in May 2014.

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Nanopore sequencing – disruptive technology in clinical microbiology?

The diagnosis of infectious diseases by culture takes at least two days: one to grow the bacteria and then, at best, one to identify pathogens and test their antimicrobial susceptibility. Meanwhile the patient is treated empirically, which often results in inappropriate treatment.

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Real-time identification of pathogens and antibiotic resistance profile using Oxford Nanopore sequencing

Clinical pathogen sequencing has been demonstrated to have a positive outcome on treatment of patients with unknown bacterial infection. However, widespread adoption of clinical pathogen sequencing has been impeded by the lack of real-time sequencing devices.

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minoTour – real time analysis tools for minIONs

Nanopore sequencing introduces true real-time sequencing for the first time. Full exploitation of real-time sequencing requires a novel approach to data analysis for which we have developed the minoTour platform.

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Democratizing DNA Fingerprinting

We report a rapid, inexpensive, and portable strategy to re-identify human DNA using the MinION, a miniature sequencing sensor by Oxford Nanopore Technologies. Our strategy requires only 10-30 minutes of MinION sequencing, works with low input DNA, and enables familial searches.

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Characterization, correction and de novo assembly of an Oxford Nanopore genomic dataset from Agrobacterium tumefaciens

The MinION is a portable single-molecule DNA sequencing instrument that was released by Oxford Nanopore Technologies in 2014, producing long sequencing reads by measuring changes in ionic flow when single-stranded DNA molecules translocate through the pores.

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Centrifuge: rapid and sensitive classification of metagenomic sequences

Centrifuge is a novel microbial classification engine that enables rapid, accurate and sensitive labeling of reads and quantification of species on desktop computers.

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Scaffolding and Completing Genome Assemblies in Real-time with Nanopore Sequencing

Genome assemblies obtained from short read sequencing technologies are often fragmented into many contigs because of the abundance of repetitive sequences.

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DeepNano: Deep recurrent neural networks for base calling in MinION nanopore reads

The MinION device by Oxford Nanopore produces very long reads (reads over 100 Kbp were reported); however it suffers from high sequencing error rate.

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Nanocall: An Open Source Basecaller for Oxford Nanopore Sequencing Data

Motivation: The highly portable Oxford Nanopore MinION sequencer has enabled new applications of genome sequencing directly in the field.

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Real time selective sequencing using nanopore technology

The Oxford Nanopore Technologies MinION sequencer enables the selection of specific DNA molecules for sequencing by reversing the driving voltage across individual nanopores. To directly select molecules for sequencing, we used dynamic time warping to match reads to reference sequences.

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Real-time, portable genome sequencing for Ebola surveillance.

The Ebola virus disease epidemic in West Africa is the largest on record, responsible for over 28,599 cases and more than 11,299 deaths. Genome sequencing in viral outbreaks is desirable to characterise the infectious agent and determine its evolutionary rate.

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Rapid short-read sequencing and aneuploidy detection using MinION nanopore technology

MinION™ is a memory stick-sized, nanopore-based sequencer primarily designed for single-molecule sequencing of long DNA fragments (>6 kb).

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Rapid antibiotic resistance predictions from genome sequence data for S. aureus and M. tuberculosis

Rapid and accurate detection of antibiotic resistance in pathogens is an urgent need, affecting both patient care and population-scale control. Microbial genome sequencing promises much, but many barriers exist to its routine deployment.

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Nanopore Sequencing as a Rapidly Deployable Ebola Outbreak Tool

Rapid sequencing of RNA/DNA from pathogen samples obtained during disease outbreaks provides critical scientific and public health information. However, challenges exist for exporting samples to laboratories or establishing conventional sequencers in remote outbreak regions.

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Streaming algorithms for identification of pathogens and antibiotic resistance potential from real-time MinION sequencing

The recently introduced Oxford Nanopore MinION platform generates DNA sequence data in real-time. This has great potential to shorten the sample-to-results time and is likely to have benefits such as rapid diagnosis of bacterial infection and identification of drug resistance.

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MinION Analysis and Reference Consortium: Phase 1 data release and analysis

The advent of a miniaturised DNA sequencing device with a high-throughput contextual sequencing capability embodies the next generation of large scale sequencing tools.

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Rapid metagenomic identification of viral pathogens in clinical samples by real-time nanopore sequencing analysis

We report unbiased metagenomic detection of chikungunya virus (CHIKV), Ebola virus (EBOV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV) from four human blood samples by MinION nanopore sequencing coupled to a newly developed, web-based pipeline for real-time bioinformatics analysis on a computational server or la

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MinION™ allied with 3D printed iChip – a workflow designed to let anyone discover new bacterial species in days

In this study, we adapt a protocol for the growth of previously uncultured environmental bacterial isolates, to make it compatible with whole genome sequencing.

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Noninvasive Prenatal Testing by Nanopore Sequencing of Maternal Plasma DNA: Feasibility Assessment

Noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) by maternal plasma DNA sequencing is now clinically available for screening fetal chromosomal aneuploidies; these tests have close to 99% sensitivity..

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Real-time digital pathogen surveillance — the time is now

It is time to shake up public health surveillance. New technologies for sequencing, aided by friction-free approaches to data sharing, could have an impact on public health efforts.

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MinIONs and Nanofrogs

Until today, the investigation of the biological diversity of many parts of the world has been obstructed by the inability to perform field based DNA analysis, especially in those regions where the biological richness is higher, like the countries in the inter-tropical area.

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Nanopore-based 5D fingerprinting of single proteins in real-time (London Calling Presentation)

Are 1-D and 2-D gel-electrophoresis the best we can do in routine protein analysis? This talk demonstrates that by moving proteins through nanopores, it is possible to separate these proteins transiently from other macromolecules in solution.

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Rapid draft sequencing and real-time nanopore sequencing in a hospital outbreak of Salmonella

Foodborne outbreaks of Salmonella remain a pressing public health concern. We recently detected a large outbreak of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis phage type 14b affecting more than 30 patients in our hospital.

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Yaniv Erlich: A vision for Ubiquitous Sequencing

Yaniv Erlich outlines his vision for a future where “the next goal of the revolution can be ushered in by the advent of sequencing sensors – miniaturized sequencing devices that are manufactured for real time applications and deployed in large quantities at low costs.”

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Assessing the performance of the Oxford Nanopore Technologies MinION

The Oxford Nanopore Technologies (ONT) MinION is a new sequencing technology that potentially offers read lengths of tens of kilobases (kb) limited only by the length of DNA molecules presented to it.

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