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Successful test launch for nanopore sequencing

Nature Methods volume 12, pages 303304 (2015) | Download Citation

Nanopore sequencing gets a boost with accurate error modeling and variant-calling tools for Oxford Nanopore Technology's highly anticipated MinION platform.

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  1. Nicholas J. Loman is at the Institute of Microbiology and Infection, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

    • Nicholas J Loman
  2. Mick Watson is at The Roslin Institute and Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh, and Edinburgh Genomics, Edinburgh, UK.

    • Mick Watson

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Competing interests

N.J.L. and M.W. are members of the MinION Access Programme (MAP) and have received free of charge reagents for nanopore sequencing. N.J.L. has ongoing research collaborations with Oxford Nanopore but does not receive financial compensation for this.

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Correspondence to Nicholas J Loman or Mick Watson.

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