In Sequence 2013 Survey: Illumina Pulls Further Ahead, Interest in Oxford Nanopore Remains High | GenomeWeb

An end-of-year sequencing survey of GenomeWeb readers reveals that Illumina has solidified its dominant market position in next-gen sequencing over the last year.

The overall picture holds true for the clinical sequencing market as well, assessed for the first time this year, where Illumina's leadership is even more pronounced.

When it comes to purchasing plans, Illumina is rivaled by Oxford Nanopore Technologies, which recently started an early access program for its first commercial platform.

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