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APR 21, 2020 12:00 PM PDT

Expanding the Hi-C toolbox: New high-resolution approaches for diploid genome phasing, protein-directed chromatin architecture mapping and more

Sponsored by: Dovetail Genomics
C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE
Speaker
  • Associate Director of Marketing
    Biography
      Iain Russell has over 18 years of experience in the Life Sciences industry and the genomics field. Iain joined Dovetail Genomics in August 2019 and is responsible for product marketing of Dovetail Genomics kits and services. Prior to joining Dovetail, Iain managed a broad variety of novel technologies including NGS, microarray and qPCR related instruments and consumables. Iain completed his Ph.D. graduate work with a focus on gene expression at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany, prior to completing a post-doc at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the cell cycle biology field.

    Abstract

    Careful and deliberate packaging of the genome is essential to ensuring correct and timely transcriptional programs. Chromatin conformation capture (3C and Hi-C) is a powerful approach for capturing the long-range chromatin interactions that directly influence gene expression. During this seminar, you will learn how…

    - Chromatin conformation capture is being applied to address a variety of biological questions, particularly in the field of epigenetics

    - Uniform sequence coverage offered by the Dovetail™ Omni-C™ Kit is expanding the utility of Hi-C to include WGS applications

    - The highest resolution views of genome topology are being generated with the Dovetail™ Micro-C Kit

    - To map protein-directed chromatin architecture using the Dovetail™ HiChIP MNase Kit, an approach that combines Hi-C and ChIP-seq

    Learning Objectives:

    Learn how chromatin conformation capture is being applied to address a variety of biological questions, particularly in the field of epigenetics

    Learn about chromatin conformation works and how to interpret data

    Learn about the different solutions offered by Dovetail Genomics and how they can be applied to your research


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