[sib-courses] SIB joint course with the CUSO Doctoral Program StarOmics : "DNA methylation and methylome analysis with NGS", 10-11 February 2015
Diana.Marek at isb-sib.ch
Mon Jan 5 14:53:30 CET 2015
We are pleased to announce the following course from the Doctoral
Program StarOmics and organized by the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
*"DNA methylation and methylome analysis with NGS****"*
The course will take place in Fribourg from February 10 to February 11.
Methylations of the DNA are important modifications that affect the DNA
of bacteria and higher eucaryotes. The DNA can be modified on different
bases (6mA, 4mC, 5mC) and these modifications have various effects,
e.g., on gene expression or protection against foreign DNA. These
modifications can be transmitted from generation to generation, they are
called epigenetics modifications. Current next generation sequencing
technologies allow for the detection of those modifications at the
genome level introducing the « methylome ». In addition Histone
modifications are also part of the epigenomics modifications that can
influence gene expression. These modification can be analyzed by NGS
methods. In this workshop we will study the methods used to produce and
to analyze this NGS data.
Further information and application form are available from here
Please note that priority is given to PhD students members of the
Staromics doctoral program <http://biologie.cuso.ch/staromics/welcome/>
and that the number of seats is limited to 25.
*For administrative questions, please contact **staromics at cuso.ch
<mailto:staromics at cuso.ch>**
**For technical and scientific questions, please contact
**training at isb-sib.ch <mailto:training at isb-sib.ch>*
Hope to see you there!
For the organizer,
*Diana Marek, PhD
*Vital-IT group - Training & Outreach group*
**SIB | Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics*
Quartier Sorge - Bâtiment Génopode - CH 1015 Lausanne - Switzerland
t +41 21 692 40 77 - f +41 21 692 40 65
Diana.Marek at isb-sib.ch - www.vital-it.ch - www.isb-sib.ch
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