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Exosome-mediated epigenetic repression of HIV

A new study has used exosomes to deliver novel proteins into the cells of HIV infected mice to prevent the […]

Epigenome-wide analysis to identify coronary heart disease therapeutic targets

A group of international researchers has performed the first prospective epigenome-wide analysis of DNA methylation in relation to incident CHD […]

Loss of transcription factor alters chromatin accessibility

Researchers have discovered that chromatin accessibility is heavily influenced by a key transcription factor that is linked to cancer. The […]

Choose the right single-cell multi-omics protocol

Single-cell analysis enables deeper characterization of cell populations compared to bulk sequencing, with new experimental methods continuously being developed and […]

Multi-omics: Exploring Inside Cells

Introduction Multi-omics is an emerging field. ‘Omics’ refers to the comprehensive collection of a set of biological molecules. Essentially, the […]

Uncovering processes that drive germline mutations

A new study, published in Science, has used computational analysis to reveal the mechanisms behind germline mutations. Their findings have […]

A, C, T to Glossary

Numbers The 1000 Genomes Project: The 1,000 Genome Project (1KGP) launched in January 2008 with the aim of generating the […]

What are ChIP-seq and bisulfite sequencing?

ChIP-seq protocol Chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing, also known as ChIP-seq, is a method used to analyze protein interactions with DNA. Chromatin […]

Sample Preparation for NGS – A Comprehensive Guide

Introduction Sample preparation is the process of getting DNA ready for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS). This requires a few steps… […]

Twin studies have disentangled the common genes in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and migraine

A recent study of monozygotic twins revealed certain genes and pathways that overlap between post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and migraine, […]