ORG.one: supporting sequencing of critically endangered species

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February 28, 2022

Loss of biodiversity is an urgent problem. Oxford Nanopore launched ORG.one to support faster, more localised sequencing of critically endangered species. Using portable nanopore sequencing, biologists can rapidly sequence species close to the sample’s origin. Why nanopore sequencing technology? Oxford Nanopore devices sequence DNA/RNA directly, providing rich data that can be streamed in real time for rapid insights. The technology is fully scalable, from pocket to population scale, and makes it possible to sequence short to ultra-long DNA/RNA fragments. With this new generation of high-performance nanopore-based sensing technology, Oxford Nanopore aim to bring the widest benefits to society through enabling the analysis of anything, by anyone, anywhere. Learn more about ORG.one Learn how nanopore sequencing works

Environmental MonitoringEnvironmental ScienceGenomicsNext-Generation Sequencing

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