It takes two — haplotype-specific identification of genetic and epigenetic variation using nanopore sequencing

Using nanopore sequencing, researchers can achieve real-time, high-performance, accessible, and scalable analysis of DNA and RNA, with the added benefits of high-accuracy variant discovery​, built-in methylation detection, and so much more.

Join this Knowledge Exchange, on 22nd November at 3:00pm (UK time), to hear Philipp Rescheneder discuss assigning variants to the correct haplotype through phasing, and how nanopore sequencing can improve the understanding of tumour development.

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A guide to investigating methylation in the human genome

This guide provides an introduction to the direct sequencing of DNA methylation in human genomes – from designing your protocol, all the way through to analysing your data.

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DNA Methylation

Methylation detection with nanopore sequencing

Our recent Knowledge Exchanges introduce Remora, for genome-wide methylation detection, and Reduced-Representation Methylation Sequencing, for targeted methylation detection.

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Fully characterise human genetic variation with real-time nanopore sequencing technology

With nanopore technology, there is no limit to read length (current record >4 Mb), enabling complete resolution of challenging regions and uncovering previously hidden variation. Plus, you can identify base modifications as standard, with amplification-free native DNA or RNA sequencing.

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