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Author: Miten Jain

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    • bioengineering: 6,611 (rank: 25 (tie) out of 7,235)
    • bioinformatics: 4,522 (rank: 1,418 (tie) out of 25,220)
    • genomics: 29,146 (rank: 192 out of 32,932)
    • microbiology: 1,045 (rank: 3,406 (tie) out of 29,720)
    • synthetic biology: 243 (rank: 2,530 (tie) out of 2,860)

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Nanopore sequencing and assembly of a human genome with ultra-long reads

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Nanopore native RNA sequencing of a human poly(A) transcriptome

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Reading canonical and modified nucleotides in 16S ribosomal RNA using nanopore direct RNA sequencing

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Nanopore Long-Read RNAseq Reveals Widespread Transcriptional Variation Among the Surface Receptors of Individual B cells

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Efficient de novo assembly of eleven human genomes using PromethION sequencing and a novel nanopore toolkit

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Linear Assembly of a Human Y Centromere

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Cytosine Variant Calling with High-throughput Nanopore Sequencing

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Resolving the complex Bordetella pertussis genome using barcoded nanopore sequencing

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Combinatorial analysis of Saccharomyces cerevisiae regulatory elements

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