Oxford Researchers Demonstrate Feasibility of Protein Nanopores for RNA Base Recognition | GenomeWeb

This article has been updated from a previous version to clarify some of Mariam Ayub's comments.

The University of Oxford laboratory behind the alpha-hemolysin protein-based nanopore DNA sequencing strategy being developed by Oxford Nanopores Technologies has shown that it's possible to use similar nanopores for recognizing RNA bases.

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