BU Team Develops Nanopore Array-Based Sequencing Tech With Help From Binary-Encoded DNA | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - As second-generation DNA sequencers become available, the third generation is waiting in the wings.
 
One of these is a nanopore array-based optical readout system for single DNA molecules developed by Boston University physicist Amit Meller. The technology, which will read binary-encoded DNA prepared by Norwegian startup LingVitae, is “very close” to undergoing a proof-of-concept study, according to Meller.
 

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