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MeD-Seq, a novel method to detect DNA methylation
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is opening new avenues for epigenetic research by uncovering mechanisms that shape cell- and disease-specific gene expression programs. Although technical challenges still exist, having NGS technologies featuring simple workflows, high-throughput capabilities, and high-quality readouts with minimal sequencing depth will help to enable further breakthroughs.
In this on-demand webinar, Dr. Wilfred van IJcken, board member at Methylomics and manager of Erasmus Center for Biomics, describes and discusses a newly developed method for genome-wide detection of DNA methylation.
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- Background on DNA methylation
- Key aspects of the novel MeD-Seq method
- Validation data of MeD-Seq
- Case study on cervical cancer after hrHPV infection
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