University of Cambridge Seminar – Reveal the power of the 6-base genome

Join biomodal for a dynamic technical seminar led by Dan Brudzewsky,  Field Application Scientist.

11:30 am

to

12:30 pm,
21 June 2024
School of Clinical Medicine, Addenbrookes Hospital, Hills Road, CB2 0SP
Seminar Room 10
Cambridge
United Kingdom
This seminar will introduce the 6-base genome (A, T, C, G, 5mC, and 5hmC) delivered by a powerful new technology, duet multiomics solution evoC. The added resolution of duet evoC will enable improved detection of disease associations, identification of novel biomarkers, development of disease classifiers, and monitoring the progression of disease. We will discuss how the 6-base genome can improve the understanding of tumour biology from liquid biopsy
    • Methylation states of enhancers in CRC cfDNA samples provide evidence that 5mC and 5hmC track cancer stage with greater precision.
    • 6-base readouts provide two-dimensional methylation data that shows 5hmC variations that are associated with stage 1 vs healthy
A high-level introduction into how 6-base genome data can be. 
Univ of Cambridge Seminar 21Jun24

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