CEEHRC 9th Annual Canadian Conference on Epigenetics

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Learn about our new 5-letter sequencing technology – duet multiomics solution +modC – and discover the combinatorial power of genetics and epigenetics.

13 November 2023
to 16 November 2023

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff

About the event

The Canadian Epigenetics, Environment and Health Research Consortium (CEEHRC) is pleased to host the 9th Canadian Conference on Epigenetics from November 13 to 16, 2023. The meeting will take place at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in the spectacular Canadian Rockies, approximately 1.5 hours from Calagry. This conference is intended to bring together a critical mass of epigenetics researchers, along with key international leaders in the field, to engage in cross-disciplinary dialogue on recent advancements in the field of epigenomics.

Introducing a streamlined solution to capture superior multiomic information at single-base resolution from limited DNA

Timothy Beech

Product Manager

biomodal

11:15am-11:30am/ Tuesday 14 November

Presentation abstract

Learn about our new 5-letter sequencing technology – duet multiomics solution +modC – and discover the combinatorial power of genetics and epigenetics.

  • Single Workflow

Identify genetic and epigenetic information on the same DNA fragment

  • Preserve Valuable Samples

(10ng-20ng) DNA. Fully enzymatic & free of chemical degradation

  • Whole Genome Investigation

Suppress errors across the whole genome

  • Simple Bioinformatics Integration

More Data, Less Complexity

  • Multiomics Data Analysis

C-to-T mutation detection & ASM quantification

One sample. One workflow. One solution.

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