NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Oxford NanoLabs has changed its name to Oxford Nanopore Technologies, which the company said better reflects its ambition to develop nanopore technology into molecular detection and analysis products.
 
The UK-based company said its nanopore technology is “a revolutionary method” that could be used for DNA sequencing, diagnostics, drug development, and defense applications.
 

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