Presenter: Silvana Konermann, Graduate Student in Dr Feng Zhang’s Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Systematic interrogation of gene function requires the ability to perturb gene expression in a robust and generalizable manner. The ease and scalability of the CRISPR-Cas9 system potentially enables systematic, genome-scale perturbation, but the magnitude of transcriptional up-regulation achieved by the first generation of Cas9 transcriptional […]
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In this webinar, Dr. Xi Chen takes publicly available real ChIP-seq data sets to show you how to perform ChIP-seq routine analysis using a combination of different online tools available. This provides an opportunity for bioinformatics beginners and wet-lab biologists who do not have much experience with unix operating systems to have an idea about […]
“Precision Mapping” – High Resolution Mapping Using ChIP-exo Presented by: Bryce Alves Ph.D., Research Scientist at Active Motif Abstract: Transcriptional regulation is a complex mechanism that involves changes in epigenetic modifications, transcription factors and cofactors, and chromatin structure. Loss of controlled transcription is often found in various human diseases, such as what is seen in […]
Presented by: Dr Marco Herold, Laboratory Head, Molecular Genetics of Cancer Division, The Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research Abstract: The CRISPR/Cas9 technology provides an easy and rapid way to edit genes in vitro and in vivo. Initial experimental strategies utilized a transient transfection approach to modulate genes in vitro, but this proved […]
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 ChIP-seq. Presented by Brian Egan, Ph.D, Epigenetic Services Manager at Active Motif Normalization of ChIP-seq Data Today, […]