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TAL Effectors Dig the Long Distance Thing

If you think the subway is crowded you haven’t seen what a TAL Effector (TALE) has to put up with when getting to work. In a new study involving the production of more than 200 TALE modulators, … [Read More...]

dna-methylation

Blame Your Old Man: Age-Related Sperm Methylation Changes May Up Disease Odds

Delayed parenthood in developed countries means more old dads.  Who cares you ask? You should, as this trend doesn’t just increase early morning traffic at Starbucks, it can also increase the … [Read More...]

chromatin

Webinar – Bringing ChIP Seq Data into Focus: Advanced Normalization Strategies

If you've ever struggled to make sense of your ChIP Seq data, then check out this webinar presented by our colleagues at Active Motif, to get some ideas on how to bring some order to the chaos of … [Read More...]

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Cutting Edge HIV Therapy with Zinc-Finger Nucleases

Although HIV can nowadays be successfully managed with a cocktail of antiretroviral drugs that inhibit replication, the virus remains latent in the genome of infected individuals waiting to come out … [Read More...]

chromatin

The Key to the Histone Code?!

Unlike some reality show marriages that crack under the media spotlight, the union of automation and big data is still going strong, especially when it comes to cataloging histone post-translational … [Read More...]

technology

Are Human Cord Blood iPSCs the Next Top Model?

It’s hard for most of us to imagine what life would be like without speaking, walking, breathing, and swallowing, but individuals suffering from motor neuron disease don’t have to imagine this … [Read More...]

technology

Webinar: Using CRISPR/Cas9 Technology for Editing Genes in Haematopoietic Cells and Mice

Don't miss out on this upcoming webinar featuring the exciting new CRISPR/Cas9 technology. Join us live, or register and catch the recorded version later once it's available. Using CRISPR/Cas9 … [Read More...]

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chromatin

Webinar – Bringing ChIP Seq Data into Focus: Advanced Normalization Strategies

If you've ever struggled to make sense of your ChIP Seq data, then check out this webinar presented by our colleagues at Active Motif, to get some ideas on how to bring some order to the chaos of … [Read More...]

technology

Webinar: Using CRISPR/Cas9 Technology for Editing Genes in Haematopoietic Cells and Mice

Don't miss out on this upcoming webinar featuring the exciting new CRISPR/Cas9 technology. Join us live, or register and catch the recorded version later once it's available. Using CRISPR/Cas9 … [Read More...]

non-coding-rna

Sometimes miRNAs Go the Other Way

The nightly news lately makes it seem like the world has gone upside down, and now we've got some science to back it. Honglei Zhou and Isidore Rigoutsos from Thomas Jefferson University recently … [Read More...]

dna-methylation

Going Global with DNA Methylation Analysis

It's human nature to get enthralled by the latest, shiny new technology on the market, but sometimes a more established approach is just as effective. We recently connected with our friends at Zymo … [Read More...]

dna-methylation

Kit Competition Reveals Hacks to Help Bisulfite Conversion

At first pass it may seem like all bisulfite conversion kits are essentially the same – and for the most part, that’s true. But according to a recently published evaluation, the conversion is all in … [Read More...]

dna-methylation

Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance Timeline

Molecular inheritance is what genetics is all about, so here we highlight some examples where the epigenome plays a key role in inheritance. … [Read More...]

chromatin

EpiGenie Book Reviews: Epigenetics by L. Armstrong

After working on some of the UK's first embryonic stem cells and developing the world's first cloned human embryos, Lyle Armstrong turned his attention to the creation of a useful text that would … [Read More...]

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technology

TAL Effectors Dig the Long Distance Thing

If you think the subway is crowded you haven’t seen what a TAL Effector (TALE) has to put up with when getting to work. In a new study involving the production of more than 200 TALE modulators, … [Read More...]

technology

Cutting Edge HIV Therapy with Zinc-Finger Nucleases

Although HIV can nowadays be successfully managed with a cocktail of antiretroviral drugs that inhibit replication, the virus remains latent in the genome of infected individuals waiting to come out … [Read More...]

chromatin

The Key to the Histone Code?!

Unlike some reality show marriages that crack under the media spotlight, the union of automation and big data is still going strong, especially when it comes to cataloging histone post-translational … [Read More...]

technology

Webinar: Using CRISPR/Cas9 Technology for Editing Genes in Haematopoietic Cells and Mice

Don't miss out on this upcoming webinar featuring the exciting new CRISPR/Cas9 technology. Join us live, or register and catch the recorded version later once it's available. Using CRISPR/Cas9 … [Read More...]

technology

Reaction Biology Scores NIH Grant for Epigenetic Drug Database

Epigenetic databases are one of of our favorite futuristic tools and now a time traveling crew from Reaction Biology Corporation (RBC) land a grant from the National Center for Advancing Translational … [Read More...]

chromatin

Considering 3C or HiC? It’s Time for T2C

With great resolution comes great price and manpower requirements, so the demand for a happy medium has remained at large for all those trying to catch some chromatin conformation. New players … [Read More...]

dna-methylation

Going Global with DNA Methylation Analysis

It's human nature to get enthralled by the latest, shiny new technology on the market, but sometimes a more established approach is just as effective. We recently connected with our friends at Zymo … [Read More...]

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Canadian Conference on Epigenetics: Epigenetics, Eh! 2014

EpiGenie uses more Canadian talent than the NHL, so naturally we sent one of our staff ...

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RNA-Seq 2014

This year’s RNA-Seq Summit looked to be as interesting as ever, with some great work b...

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Cambridge Epigenetics Symposium 2014

Not knowing exactly what to expect from this brand new symposium, we were excited to see what the Cambridge Epigeneti...

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Linking Metabolism to Epigenetics 2014

Abcam continued it’s trend of putting together unique and cutting edge events with the Crossing Boundaries: Lin...

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Chromatin: from Nucleosomes to Chromosomes

The Welcome Trust Chromatin meeting always draws a ton of interest from the EpiGenie crew, so we were anxious to see ...

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Long Noncoding RNAs: Marching toward Mechanism

Keystone always puts on some of the premier non-coding RNA meetings every year, and this was no exception. Our friend...

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Cancer Epigenetics 2014

Another great Keystone event kicked off the spring conference season and the University of Nebraska Medical Center...

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