[WEBINAR] Improved Chromatin Analysis with CUT&Tag Assays
In this free webinar, Dr. Michael Garbati, Product Manager - Epigenetic Services at Active Motif talks about how the process of investigating chromatin has greatly improved with the recent innovation of techniques like CUT&RUN and CUT&Tag, which are faster and easier than traditional ChIP methods.
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In this free webinar, Dr. Sarantis Chlamydas, Ph.D., Senior Market Development Manager at Active Motif, and Amit Sinha, Ph.D., CEO of Basepair Tech discuss the best ways to generate quality data using advanced, epigenomics techniques including CUT&Tag and ChIP-Seq, and then efficiently process and interpret epigenomic data using streamlined analysis pipelines.
In this webinar, Dr. Rupesh Kanchi Ravi, Director of Epigenetic Services at Active Motif, discusses how newly developed single-cell workflows, such as scATAC-Seq, and scRNA-Seq can be combined to create multiomic analysis of clinical samples, representing a major advancement from previous bulk analysis approaches.
ATAC-Seq is a powerful technique that enables the mapping of accessible, or open, chromatin regions across the genome. The ATAC-Seq assay has been used by many researchers to investigate the role of epigenetics in many biological processes and disease states. This webinar covers the ATAC-Seq method in depth and discusses how it can be applied to epigenetics research.
ATAC-Seq and Single-Cell ATAC-Seq (scATAC-Seq) are powerful tools for investigating the epigenetic mechanisms responsible for regulating a particular cellular response or that contribute to a disease state. This webinar will explain how these popular techniques work and discuss how they can be useful in epigenetics research.