New technologies for DNA analysis: a review of the READNA Project

Steven McGinn, David Bauer, Thomas Brefort, Liqin Dong, Afaf El-Sagheer, Abdou Elsharawy, Geraint Evans, Elin Falk-Sörqvist, Michael Forster, Simon Fredriksson, Peter Freeman, Camilla Freitag, Joachim Fritzsche, Spencer Gibson, Mats Gullberg, Marta Gut, Simon Heath, Isabelle Heath-Brun, Andrew J. Heron, Johannes HohlbeinRongqin Ke, Owen Lancaster, Ludovic Le Reste, Giovanni Maglia, Rodolphe Marie, Florence Mauger, Florian Mertes, Marco Mignardi, Lotte Moens, Jelle Oostmeijer, Ruud Out, Jonas Nyvold Pedersen, Fredrik Persson, Vincent Picaud, Dvir Rotem, Nadine Schracke, Jennifer Sengenes, Peer F. Stähler, Björn Stade, David Stoddart, Xia Teng, Colin D. Veal, Nathalie Zahra, Hagan Bayley, Markus Beier, Tom Brown, Cees Dekker, Björn Ekström, Henrik Flyvbjerg, Andre Franke, Simone Guenther, Achillefs N. Kapanidis, Jane Kaye, Anders Kristensen, Hans Lehrach, Jonathan Mangion, Sascha Sauer, Emile Schyns, Jörg Tost, Joop M L M van Helvoort, Pieter J. van der Zaag, Jonas O. Tegenfeldt, Anthony J. Brookes, Kalim Mir, Mats Nilsson, James P. Willcocks, Ivo G. Gut

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Abstract

The REvolutionary Approaches and Devices for Nucleic Acid analysis (READNA) project received funding from the European Commission for 41/2 years. The objectives of the project revolved around technological developments in nucleic acid analysis. The project partners have discovered, created and developed a huge body of insights into nucleic acid analysis, ranging from improvements and implementation of current technologies to the most promising sequencing technologies that constitute a 3rd and 4th generation of sequencing methods with nanopores and in situ sequencing, respectively.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)311-330
Number of pages20
JournalNew Biotechnology
Volume33
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 May 2016

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