Being positive about Oxford Nanopore




In case you missed it, a Japanese team jumped the ship from Oxford Nanopore’s MinION early access program and published a paper and the data giving a negative picture about what Oxford Nanopore sequencing can do. If you are not following Oxford Nanopore, there is a good chance that you can take the paper at […]

Oxford Nanopore MinION Updates: Poretools, Improved Chemistry, SNP Calling, Scaling up Nanopore Sequencing




After a few quite weeks on the news from Oxford Nanopore front, this week had a flurry of activities on Oxford Nanopore. Just like before, NIck Loman was behind person behind all interesting updates on @nanopore. If you missed all the action. Here is the summary of recent nanopore activities. First, Nick Loman and Aaron […]

Oxford Nanopore Hints at a New Product PromethION?




It looks like Oxford Nanopore might have just launched a new product called PromethION at 4th Next-Generation Sequencing Conference yesterday at San Diego. There was a single tweet from Chris Mason from Weill Cornell Medical College that said Oxford Nanopore announces plans for the PromethION and it will have 2,000 channels producing data at the […]