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Shaia Suki Wong 02-16-2016 05:54 PM

Other Nanopore-based platform out there?
 
Is anyone familiar with any other nanopore based machines that are being developed? Either in a start-up or academia? What are they called and how do they work? Thanks!

Brian Bushnell 02-16-2016 09:55 PM

PacBio uses nanopores. Arguably, Illumina's patterned flowcells do as well.

GenoMax 02-17-2016 03:43 AM

@Brian: In both those cases there are wells (no pores in biological (protein) or chemical (graphene) sense). Zero mode waveguide (ZMV) for PacBio and plain "nanowells" in case of Illumina.

@Shaia_Suki_Wang: Here is a list of known commercialization of nanopore technology (which surprisingly has been around since mid-1990's).

Shaia Suki Wong 02-17-2016 05:27 AM

@GenoMax thanks :) Do you have any idea which one of these are still around? I know Genia is now bought by Roche and they are developing the technology. Any others that look promising?


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