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Old 04-08-2013, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default Finally a nanopore sequencer that works

Hi All,
The Nanopore buzz and hype have got lots of us thinking about what we migt be doing in another year or two and offer us the tantalising ability to sequence genomes at fractional costs comapred to today. However it is all taking a little longer than we might like. To try and lighten the mood I posted on April 1st about a new Nanopore sequencing company. I hope you like it.

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Old 04-08-2013, 04:32 AM   #2
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All disruptive technologies start in this realm.

I remember listening to a presentation from Solexa at ISMB (perhaps 2004, I can't remember the exact year) and thinking no way is this going to work in practice. And here we are today ...

Let us hope one of these nanopore sequencers makes it as a real product to the market .. soon .. so we can move on and start the anticipation for the "next" generation.
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