Oxford Nanopore Licenses DNA-Analysis Technology from UCSC
 
Oxford Nanopore Technologies has licensed protein nanopore technology with applications in single-molecule DNA sequencing and molecular sensing from the University of California, Santa Cruz, the company said this week.
 
The firm also has agreed to fund research programs conducted by David Deamer and Mark Akeson, the UCSC scientists who developed the nanopore technology.
 

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