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One of the sequencers made by Oxford Nanopore Technologies.
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The device has had several updates since however, notably of the pore proteins which are present in the critical flow cell consumable.
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The following images of the device and its peripherals were taken during the experiment: Section "How to use an Oxford Nanopore MinION to extract DNA from river water and determine which bacteria live in it".
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Figure 58. Top view of a closed Oxford Nanopore MinION. Source.
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Figure 59. Side view of an Oxford Nanopore MinION. Source.
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Figure 60. Top view of an open Oxford Nanopore MinION. Source.
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Figure 61. Oxford Nanopore MinION side USB. Source.
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Figure 62. Oxford nanopore MinION flow cell package. Source.
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Figure 63. Oxford nanopore MinION flow cell front. Source.
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Figure 64. Oxford nanopore MinION flow cell back. Source.
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Figure 65. Oxford nanopore MinION flow cell pipette loading. Source.
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Figure 66. Oxford Nanopore MinION connected to a Mac via USB. Source.
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Video 126. Oxford Nanopore MinION software channels pannel on Mac. Source.
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