Technical Tweaks

After making a big splash at the 2012 Advances in Genome Biology and Technology meeting in Marco Island, Fla., Oxford Nanopore kept fairly mum this year, as our sister publication In Sequence noted, citing arbitration and technical issues as possible causes.

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