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Shiny and New

Oxford Nanopore is showing off its two nanopore sequencing systems — the GridIon and MinIon — at this week's American Society of Human Genetics conference in San Francisco.

Conference attendees have even started a thread at the SeqAnswers forum for posting photos of the systems.

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