EPI2ME 16S workflow: real-time identification of bacteria and archaea
The cloud-based or local data analysis platform EPI2ME provides easy access to a growing number of real-time data analysis workflows.
The EPI2ME 16S workflow utilises the benefits of long, real-time nanopore sequencing reads to enable rapid identification and quantification of bacteria and archaea.
The long, full-length 16S reads generated by nanopore sequencing have been shown to offer improved sample classification when compared to traditional targeted sequencing approaches. All results are provided in an intuitive graphical interface, with no bioinformatics experience required.
From sample to result in less than 40 minutes, discover more about the Oxford Nanopore 16S sequencing workflow.