Exploring the Power of Multiomic Solutions – Lunch & Learn at BC Cancer Research Centre

Reveal the power of the 6-base genome – introducing duet multiomics solution evoC

9:30 am


11:30 am,
15 May 2024
British Columbia Cancer Research Centre
675 W 10th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1L3 Room: Diamond Family Lecture Theatre
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1L3

Join biomodal and Illumina for a dynamic session led by Timothy Wilson, biomodal, Field Application Scientist.

Distinguish 5-methylcytosine (5mC) and 5-hydroxymethylcytosine (5hmC) together with all 4 canonical bases to measure multiple modes of biology from a single 5ng DNA sample, in a single experiment, with high accuracy. Identify novel multimodal biomarkers to gain transformative insights into current and future states of disease.

Come learn about new advances in Illumina sequencing, epigenomics, and other ‘omics including the introduction of 5mC and 5hmC methylation states for a comprehensive “6-base genome”. See how these new insights can change how we understand biology. Meet the experts from biomodal and Illumina to discuss how your lab can get started with these assays.

Presentation and Speakers:

Reveal the power of the 6-base genome – Introducing duet multiomicssolution evoC
Timothy Wilson, Field Application Scientist, biomodal
Epigenomics Solutions and the Broadening Power of ‘Omics
Ryan Vander Werff, Genomics Applications Scientist – Regional Lead,Ilumina
Mena Farag, Sr Manager, Genomics Specialists, Ilumina

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