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Old 11-01-2020, 06:32 PM   #1
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Default sequencing accuracy

hi, I have a question about the nanopore sequencing accuracy. Iontorrent's pgm, illumina's miseq, and hiseq have a single read accuracy of more than 99%, but Nanopore's up to 98%. If so, can you trust the data coming out by reading only a single read? For example, bacterial community analysis by 16S amplicon sequencing.
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