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EPI2ME breaks the bioinformatics paradigm by enabling anyone to analyse their own data.

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Bede Constantinides
June 10, 2024
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EPI2ME 24.06-01 Release
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June 05, 2024
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Nanopore-only T2T assembly of a human genome
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Nanopore-only T2T assembly of a human genome
May 22, 2024
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EPI2ME provides best practice bioinformatics analyses for nanopore sequencing

  • Simply and easily analyse your sequencing data
  • Transparent: all our analyses are open source
  • No need to upload your data to the cloud
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IGV for EPI2ME workflows
IGV for EPI2ME workflows
While we strive to automate data analysis as much as possible, producing summaries, variant calls…
June 10, 2024
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London Calling 2024
London Calling 2024
TEN YEARS!!! Over the last decade we've seen some incredible innovation presented by users of the…
Matt Parker
May 17, 2024
2 min
Comparing sequences with dot plots
Comparing sequences with dot plots
If you had to make a list of the most valuable and insightful ways of visualising sequence data…
Sarah Griffiths
February 05, 2024
6 min
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