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Multi-omic Approaches Utilizing Illumina Infinium Arrays

May 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Speaker – Carrie Morano, Senior Array Specialist – Illumina Inc.

As scientific discovery continues to evolve, the issues faced become more complex. In order to better understand these more complex disease areas, scientists are using multi-omic approaches for sample interrogation. The Illumina Infinium workflow now allows for cost-effective multi-omic analysis in one simple workflow.

Join us to understand:

  • How adding methylation profiling to elucidate a person’s unique genetic regulation allows for a multi-omic examination of samples. Data suggests leveraging the Illumina  Infinium mouse/human EPIC array yields opportunities to better understand disease classifications that were not previously unknown, and thus paving the way for advancements precision testing.
  • The Global Diversity Array (GDA) has recently evolved to provide a more robust analysis of complex samples including options for cytology, carrier screening, enhanced pharmacogenetic, and disease area focuses like neurology and breast cancer.  The GDA array was also selected to be used in the AllofUs initiative for their genotyping goals.  We will present recent data on this array as well as the new booster content.
  • We will also be presenting at a high level our agriculture array possibilities.  Some applications include a wide variety of plant and animal genotyping, genomic selection and trait screening and custom arrays.

 

Come join us and gain insight on how to cost-effectively examine your samples leveraging Illumina Infinium arrays for multiple applications including agrigenomics, methylation for humans and mice,  and multi-species genotyping analysis.

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Date:
May 26
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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ICBR Gene Expression & Genotyping
Phone:
(352) 273-8043
Email:
ICBR-Genotyping@ad.ufl.edu
Website:
https://biotech.ufl.edu/gene-expression-genotyping/