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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In a step toward developing rapid sequencing-based pathogen diagnostics, researchers have demonstrated in a pilot study that Oxford Nanopore's MinIon device can be used to identify the causative pathogen and provide an antimicrobial resistance profile in patients with severe urinary tract infections.

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