Oxford Nanopore Updates on GridION and PromethION storified




[View the story “”GridION X5 – The Sequel” by Clive G Brown, CTO, Oxford Nanopore Technologies” on Storify]

Illumina Sues Oxford Nanopore




In case you missed it, Illumina announced that it is Oxford Nanopore Technologies for violating Illumina’s two patents on nanopore sequencing in Oxford Nanopore’s MinION and PromethION devices. Illumina press release says that The lawsuits are based on U.S. Patent Nos. 8,673,550 and 9,170,230, which are entitled “MSP NANOPORES AND RELATED METHODS.”Illumina has exclusively licensed the […]

Read Until: Real time selective sequencing using Oxford Nanopore MinION




AGBT 2016 is happening now and it has been two years since we heard about the first MinION experiment at AGBT 2014. It has been two years since Oxford Nanopore selected participants for its MinION early access program. And  Oxford Nanopore has come a long way since the last two years. Two very interesting papers […]

Software tools for Oxford Nanopore sequence data




Nature Methods has a nice technology feature on Oxford Nanopore,  MAP program, and the experiences of 1000’s of researchers who were part of Oxford Nanopore’s MAP program. Nanopores: a sequencer in your backpack Among  other interesting things about Nanopore sequencing, it also has a list of software tools developed for analyzing Oxford Nanopore sequence data […]

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 […]