Chromotyping (High-throughput genomic analysis)

Chromotyping or measurement of region-specific patterns of epigenetic modification throughout the genome, is gaining favor as a way to study genetic diseases. DNA-binding proteins can be studied using the Illumina’s state-of-the-art system for identifying potential chromatin binding events across the entire genome (ChIP-Seq). The Illumina Platform also allows the quantification of changes in the DNA methylation at single sites.

Resources: Illumina 500GX BeadStation Genotyping Platform
Location: Child & Family Research Institute
Key Service: Chromotyping

 

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High Throughput Genotyping | High Throughput DNA Sequencing |
Detection of Copy Number Variation |