Arima-HiC Technology Seminar, Duke University
Title: Arima-HiC Sequencing for 3D Chromatin Conformation Research
Location: CIEMAS Building, Room 2240, 101 Science Drive, Durham, NC
Time:March 20th, 12:00PM-1:00PM
Summary: Learn how Hi-C techniques can now be easily performed with the new Arima-HiC kit! Hi-C is an exciting technique using Next-Generation Sequencing to assay chromatin conformation structure.
If you are an epigenetics researcher, please attend for a presentation and in-depth discussion of Hi-C methodology. Lunch will be provided.
- Scientific applications of Hi-C and HiChIP technology
- Full Arima Hi-C workflow from sample input to data analysis
- Emerging applications such as Capture-HiC and low input Hi-C
Speaker: Jay Clark, Epigenetics Project Consultant, Arima Genomics
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