Nanopore sequencing meets epigenetics

Advanced signal processing techniques enable the genome-wide analysis of methylation in native DNA using nanopore sequencing.

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Figure 1: DNA methylation can be read out directly by nanopore sequencing.

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Schatz, M. Nanopore sequencing meets epigenetics. Nat Methods 14, 347–348 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth.4240

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