DAnCER - a database on genes and proteins involved in chromatin modifications, and their relation to human disease
The Ontario Genomics Institute (OGI) and The Centre for Applied Genomics (TCAG) are hosting a 1 hour web conference/webinar about the most recent release of DAnCER - a database on genes and proteins involved in chromatin modifications, and their relation to human disease.
The webinar will show how to use DAnCER to retrieve, visualize and explore the following information:
- Genes involved in different types of epigenetic modifications across several model organisms
- Physical interactions of chromatin-modifying proteins with each other and with proteins of other functional types, such as transcription factors or kinases
- Next-generation sequencing data on DNA binding (ChIP-seq) related to chromatin modifications
- Diseases, including mental disorders, that are associated with epigenetic factors and their interaction networks
The webinar will be appropriate for all levels from graduate student to principal investigator, and can benefit both new and experienced researchers in the area of epigenomics. The presentation will be led by Dr. Andrei Turinsky, Molecular Structure & Function Program, Research Institute, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto.
We require all attendees to register so please click the following link:
Register for webinar on Wednesday, April 18, noon EST
Please be sure to provide your name, title/role, institution and valid email address so that we can send you an email with webinar details and instructions. Feel free to pass this invitation along to colleagues who may benefit from learning about this valuable, freely accessible web-based tool.
Many thanks and we look forward to hearing from you.