This article was originally published February 14 and has been modified to include additional comments.

MARCO ISLAND, Fla. — The Broad Institute's David Jaffe presented the first data from Oxford Nanopore Technologies' MinIon nanopore sequencer last week at the Advances for Genome Biology and Technology meeting in Marco Island, Fla.

Jaffe discussed using the reads from the nanopore sequencer to disambiguate assemblies created with Illumina sequence data.

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