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Dr. Angela Garding, Field Application Scientist for Epigenomics, Covaris

DKFZ, TP3, Buchleither Seminar Room, Im Neuenheimer Feld 580

GPCF TechTalk Seminar Series

Optimizing the sample preparation procedure for epigenomic assays like ChIP-Seq is critical for high-quality library construction and sequencing data. In this interactive seminar we will discuss how Covaris Adaptive Focused Acoustics (AFA) helps to optimize and standardize ChIP workflows especially from more difficult sample input such as tissue, FFPE tissue, primary cells and scarce samples. Furthermore we will highlight solutions for other epigenomics assays which aim to unravel DNA methylation patterns, Chromatin-ncRNA interactions and 3D chromatin organization. Please bring along any chromatin data that you would like to troubleshoot to help you optimize your workflow!

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