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DT-Epi Summit Brings Together Scientists From Across The Globe

2021-10-04T11:26:41+00:00September 30, 2021|3D Genomics, Epigenetics, Hi-C, HiChIP, Micro-C|

DT-Epi Summit Brings Together Scientists From Across The Globe On September 15th, Dovetail Genomics held its first Epigenetics Summit (DT-Epi 2021) on how nucleosome-based approaches have advanced our understanding of chromatin conformation and its role in gene regulation. “Fast, furious, and loud” were some of the words used [...]

Meet Basuki – Star of A Genome for Basuki Program

2021-09-13T16:42:41+00:00August 4, 2021|Conservation, Genome Assembly, Omni-C|

Dovetail Genomics® is proud to announce that we are combining forces with Revive & Restore in an effort to genetically rescue the critically endangered Banggai cardinalfish. Revive & Restore launched the Wild Genomes Initiative in 2020 in order to promote the use of advanced biotechnologies in applied wildlife conservation, [...]

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Keystone eSymposia Highlights

2021-09-13T22:14:18+00:00June 1, 2021|Epigenetics, Hi-C, Micro-C|

Epigenetics, Chromatin Architecture, Development and Disease… Oh my!  Keystone eSymposia Highlights The Keystone series of conferences has not only become synonymous with their picturesque location and intimate atmosphere but also the scientific passion attendees bring to each conference. [...]

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Why Settle for Half a Genome?

2021-09-13T17:01:23+00:00May 14, 2021|Hi-C, HiChIP|

The tools available for capturing genomic information have evolved dramatically over the past decade, yet plant and animal reference genomes remain haploid. Through advances in Dovetail® proximity ligation (Hi-C) technology, the capture of genetic variation along with ultra-long-range genomic sequence information in a single assay is now possible. A [...]

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