Oxford Nanopore CTO to present at AGBT conference in Florida

Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd. announces that Clive G Brown, Chief Technology Officer, will present at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) conference in Marco Island, Florida, on 17th February 2012 at 11.40am (EST) / 4.40pm (GMT).

The talk is titled: "Single Molecule 'Strand' Sequencing Using Protein Nanopores and Scalable Electronic Devices".

Oxford Nanopore intends to commercialise DNA strand sequencing products, directly to customers within 2012. At the AGBT presentation, Oxford Nanopore will show DNA strand sequencing data and other disruptive features of the Company's proprietary electronics-based sensing devices.

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