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Asymmetric chromatin structure around CTCF sites discovered by the program ArchAlign.

Stem Cell Sequencing/Epigenomics Analysis

Asymmetric chromatin structure around CTCF sites discovered by the program ArchAlign.

We are a resource for epigenomic analysis of stem cells. Our facility functions interactively with other stem cell facilities at UB to characterize stem cells and their differentiated progeny.

The goals of this facility are to:

  • characterize the transcriptome and epigenome of all stem cell types and their derived lineages
  • provide experimental and computational support for investigator-initiated genomic expression or epigenetic experiments

This facility can determine:

  • gene expression and microRNA expression profiles using RNA sequencing
  • genomic DNA methylation using methylated DNA immunoprecipitation and sequencing
  • genome-wide histone modifications and transcription factor binding site localization using ChIP-seq
  • nucleosome positioning using gel-excised mono-nucleosomes and high-throughput DNA sequencing
  • chromatin accessibility by FAIRE-seq

Location

UB New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences
Room B3-123
Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus
701 Ellicott Street
Buffalo, N.Y.

Contact Information

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Jennifer Jamison

Laboratory Manager; Senior Research Support Specialist

Center Of Excellence

Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences Lab # B3-123

Phone: (716) 881-7514

Email: jjamison@buffalo.edu

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Michael Buck, PhD

Director

Stem Cell Sequencing/Epigenomics Facility

Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences Lab # B3-304

Phone: (716) 881-7569

Email: mjbuck@buffalo.edu