NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Oxford Nanopore Technologies released pricing information for the first time last week, for flow cells for its MinIon MkI sequencer, as the company opens its early-access program to larger numbers of users.

In the meantime, early-access customers continue to publish reports, both as preprints and as papers in academic journals, with applications ranging from full-length cDNA sequencing for isoform analysis to rapid pathogen sequencing.

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