MinION Nanopore Sequencer for Human Identification or Sample Source Attribution


Introduction: The MinION Mk1B Nanopore Sequencer (MinION) from Oxford Nanopore Technologies (ONT) was assessed for use in human identification (HI) by short tandem repeat (STRs) profiling, single nucleotide polymorphisms... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Rachel Spurbeck (Battelle Memorial Institute)
  2. Angela Minard-Smith (Battelle Memorial Institute)
  3. Nicholas Fackler (Battelle Memorial Institute)
  4. Richard Chou (Battelle Memorial Institute)
  5. Alisa Blazek (Battelle Memorial Institute)
  6. Jazmine Quinn (Battelle Memorial Institute)
  7. Sydney Corkran (Battelle Memorial Institute)
  8. Mark Wilson (Battelle Memorial Institute)

Topic Areas

Analysis for metagenomics, antimicrobial resistance, and forensics , Human, non-human, and infectious disease applications , Gene editing, synthetic genomics, forensics, and biosurveillance


PS-1 » Poster Session A (19:00 - Tuesday, 16th May, Mezannine & New Mexico Room)

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