• Sequencing by nanopore induced photon emission detects fluorescent tags under TIRF with high-speed camera
  • Sample prep process converts analyte DNA to an expanded synthetic sequence, which seems technically risky and costly
  • Claims throughput rate of 50-250 bases per pore per second, and aiming for 2 mi...
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