The CEGX Blog

Latest News from Cambridge Epigenetix


Epigenetics Experts Interview

Professor Anjana Rao

Professor Anjana Rao’s research in the field of epigenetics has shaped global understanding and current opinion regarding

Researchers led by CEGX founder Prof. Sir Shankar Balasubramanian show importance of 5hmC in human glioblastoma

Raiber et al. Base resolution maps reveal the importance of 5-hydroxymethylcytosine in a human glioblastoma. npj Genome Medicine. Article number: 6


New oxBS paper highlights role of TET2 and DNMT1 in protecting against abnormal DNA methylation in cancer cells

Zhang et al. Acetylation Enhances TET2 Function in Protecting against Abnormal DNA Methylation during Oxidative Stress Molecular Cell. 2017; 65;2


Epigenetics Conferences 2017

The field of epigenetics is developing at a rapid rate. At Cambridge Epigenetix, we understand how important it is to stay up-to-date with the


A low-cost, adaptable method to quantify 5hmC and 5mC modifications

Chen et al. Medium throughput bisulfite sequencing for accurate detection of 5-methylcytosine and 5-hydroxymethylcytosine. BMC Genomics. 2017;


Getting started with DNAnexus

If you're planning on using CEGXaminer in DNAnexus, but are new to the platform then the following intoductory videos will help to get you up and


How to use CEXGaminer on DNAnexus

If you want to use DNAnexus to run CEGXaminer to analyse your TrueMethyl Whole Genome dataset, we've detailed some simple steps below that you can


5hmc – The future of DNA methylation research

The excitement about 5-hydroxymethylcytosine (5hmC) is building. Recent studies have clearly shown that 5hmC can be correlated with patient


Epigenetix Update - January 2017

Welcome to our Epigenetix Update. This newsletter aims to keep you up to date with the latest news, articles and products from Cambridge


Disease-associated changes in 5hmC modifications occur in genomic regions with transcriptional regulatory activity

Yotova et al. Epigenetic Alterations Affecting Transcription Factors and Signaling Pathways in Stromal Cells of Endometriosis. PLOS One.

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