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  • d_araneda_r
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    Originally posted by gringer View Post
    Well, there's the official ONT protocol which requires special tips and very careful standard plunge pipetting in order to not damage pores, and there's the negative-pressure gentle loading protocol which is more similar to the SpotON port loading method (search for "gentle loading") on the ONT community.
    it was very useful, thank you very much

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  • gringer
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    Well, there's the official ONT protocol which requires special tips and very careful standard plunge pipetting in order to not damage pores, and there's the negative-pressure gentle loading protocol which is more similar to the SpotON port loading method (search for "gentle loading") on the ONT community.

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  • d_araneda_r
    started a topic Priming Flongle Flowcell

    Priming Flongle Flowcell

    Hi!
    I hope you are very well, what protocols are there for priming the Flongle Flowcells?
    Thanks.

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