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Portrait of Jonas Tegenfeldt. Photo: Kennet Ruona

Jonas Tegenfeldt

Professor, Coordinator Nanobiology & Neuronanoscience

Portrait of Jonas Tegenfeldt. Photo: Kennet Ruona

New Technologies for DNA analysis-A review of the READNA Project.

Author

  • 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 Hohlbein
  • Rongqin 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 Tegenfeldt
  • Anthony J Brookes
  • Kalim Mir
  • Mats Nilsson
  • Spike Willcocks
  • Ivo G Gut

Summary, in English

The REvolutionary Approaches and Devices for Nucleic Acid analysis (READNA) project received funding from the European Commission for 4 1/2 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 3(rd) and 4(th) generation of sequencing methods with nanopores and in situ sequencing, respectively.

Department/s

  • BioCARE: Biomarkers in Cancer Medicine improving Health Care, Education and Innovation
  • Solid State Physics
  • NanoLund

Publishing year

2015-10-26

Language

English

Publication/Series

New Biotechnology

Document type

Journal article review

Publisher

Elsevier

Topic

  • Biomedical Laboratory Science/Technology

Status

Published

ISBN/ISSN/Other

  • ISSN: 1876-4347