Pint-sized DNA sequencer impresses first users

@article{Hayden2015PintsizedDS,
  title={Pint-sized DNA sequencer impresses first users},
  author={Erika Check Hayden},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2015},
  volume={521},
  pages={15-16}
}
In April, Joshua Quick boarded a plane to Guinea with three genetic sequencers packed in his luggage. That fact alone is astonishing: most sequencing machines are much too heavy and delicate to travel as checked baggage in the hold of a commercial airliner. What came next was even more impressive. For 12 days, Quick used these sequencers — called MinIONs — to read the genomes of Ebola viruses from 14 patients in as little as 48 hours after samples were collected. 
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