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… [ more ]

TET Enzymes Not So Co-dependent

That wacky TET enzyme family is at again, but rather than being caught in some compromising positions with DNA or cheating on… [ more ]

Webinar: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Getting Reliable ChIP Data From Difficult Samples

Johanna Samuelsson Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist at Active Motif covers some techniques to get killer data, even when your samples… [ more ]

CTCF Prevents Cancerous Landscapes

This is the time of year to spruce up the garden, but a recent report has us thinking more about… [ more ]

Webinar: Whole-genome Insights into Cancer as a Dysregulated Epigenome Allowing Cellular Growth Advantage at the Expense of the Host

Dr. Andrew Feinberg discusses recent work that has shed new light on the epigenome and it’s role in cancer. Abstract:… [ more ]