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This exciting two-day digital conference will build a bridge between chromatin mechanisms and the epigenetic phenomena - two key pillars of modern biology.
Join us in April for two interactive digital sessions where the latest advances in the chromatin field will be discussed, covering basic molecular mechanisms of transcriptional regulation to complex epigenetic pathways in the development and reprogramming of stem cells and organoids. Gain insights into approaches impacting the field with talks from thought leaders and opportunities to discuss key topics in live Q&A sessions.
Session 1: How it works and how it looks
April 14, 2021
4pm-6pm CET | 3pm-5pm GMT | 10am-12pm EST | 7am-9am PST
Basic chromatin mechanisms underlie the function of all DNA-related processes. The key to our genome, those mechanisms are increasingly complex. This session will review novel developments on chromatin and RNA function mechanisms, from biochemistry to imaging with the highest resolution.
Session 2: Single cells and their fates
April 15, 2021
4pm-6.15pm CET | 3pm-5.15pm GMT | 10am-12.15pm EST | 7am-9.15am PST
Cell identity relies on our genome's intricate interpretation through chromatin and epigenetic mechanisms, which are specially remodeled during development and reprogramming. New models to study cell fate, such as organoids, show increasingly exciting potential to understand how chromatin regulates cell fate and function through the action of genomic elements such as enhancers.
Abcam is an approved provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® Program. P.A.C.E credits are available for the live sessions and can be requested after each session.