Active Motif’s team of expert scientists travel around the world presenting data at conferences and scientific meetings. Here’s a list of some of our posters we presented for you to download if you weren’t able to attend.
Novel Epigenetics and Integrative Multiomics Methods for Sensitive Detection of Epigenetic Alterations: Potential to Understand Chromatin Control of Viral Infection
This poster was presented at the NIH Chromatin Control of Viral Infection Conference, 2022. The presentation features the incorporation of the PIXUL™ Multi-Sample Sonicator as an intregal part of sample preparation in single-cell multiomic analysis via ATAC-Seq and RNA-Seq.
TIP-ChIP: Tagmented, Indexed and Pooled ChIP-Seq to Generate High-Throughput, Multi-Target Results for Low Input Samples
Winner of a Reviewer’s Choice award, this poster was presented at the American Society for Human Genetics (ASGH), 2022. TIP-ChIP (Tagmented, Indexed, and Pooled ChIP-Seq) is a new method developed to rapidly complete ChIP-Seq on 96 samples for multiple epigenetic marks.
Anchor-Based Bisulfite Sequencing (ABBS), Enrichment-Based Nucleotide-Resolution Approach to Measure DNA Methylation
Recently presented at Cold Spring Harbor, 2022, this poster presents Anchor-Based Bisulfite Sequencing (ABBS), developed as a method to determine DNA Methylation levels at single-base resolution, requiring up to 20X fewer reads than WGBS, with reduced sequencing depth and cost, and suitable for cell lines, tissue, and cfDNA sample types.
New High-Throughput Methods for the Epigenomic Characterization of Human Disease States
The new methods described in this poster, such as the PIXUL 96-well sonicator, transposase-assisted multiplex ChIP (TAM-ChIP), high-throughput ChIP, low cell number ChIP, and ChIP from FFPE tissues, are making it easier to characterize the epigenomic profiles associated with human diseases.
Epi-Seq: Epigenome Landscape Mapping for Clinical and Drug Discovery Settings
This poster describes Epi-Seq, a complete experimental solution that will dramatically reduce the technical expertise and touch-time needed to perform ChIP-Seq, while also increasing consistency and throughput.