McGill Genome Centre Workshop: revealing the 6‑base genome

Introducing duet multiomics solution evoC

19 March 2024
 to 22 March 2024
McGill Genome Centre
, Montreal, QC

Agenda

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

Sign up for this workshop if you are interested in getting your hands on the only technology providing simultaneous genome and epigenome data. biomodal duet multiomics solution evoC assay reagents and hands-on training will be provided.

Please register below; you must fill out the additional survey.

Day 1

Tuesday, March 19 – Start time is 12:00pm EST / Room 2300 

  • Introductions
  • duet multiomics solution evoC Technical Presentation and agenda review for days 2-4
  • Lunch will be provided

Days 2-4

Wednesday, March 20th – Friday, March 22nd, start time is 10:00am EST/Room 2300

  • Technical training

If you’re planning on submitting a request

For those that are submitting workshop requests, the following sample requirements should be considered;

  • gDNA: mechanically fragmented to 250 bp
  • cfDNA: no fragmentation required
  • Perform BioA or TapeStation traces on post-shear samples
  • Qubit quantification post-shear samples
  • Dilute 5 – 20 ng (cfDNA) or 10 – 80 ng (gDNA) in 24 uL low TE
    • This is the minimum. Results may vary.
  • Store DNA at -20C until Day 2

 

Speakers

Mark Consugar

Field Application Scientist

biomodal

Tim Wilson

Field Application Scientist

biomodal

Register your interest

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