Epigenetic analyses of methylation and nucleosome occupancy in cell-free DNA (cfNOMe)
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Cell-free DNA (cfDNA) has become essential in cancer diagnostics and prenatal testing. We investigate enzymatic cytosine conversion for epigenetic analyses of cfDNA and find that it reliably measures cytosine methylation and nucleosome occupancy. Whereas previously, separate experiments had to be performed to study either epigenetic marking, this approach delivers reliable results for both, enabling more comprehensive and inexpensive epigenetic profiling of cfDNA.
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Raw sequencing data (PE, fastq.gz) from NovaSeq 6000 sequencing runs of: 1. Blood-derived cell-free DNA from six healthy controls, enzymatic cytosine conversion (between 1 and 3 replicates each) 2. Urine-derived cell-free DNA from three healthy controls, enzymatic cytosine conversion (between 1 and 3 replicates each) 3. Blood-derived cell-free DNA from six patients with acute or chronic kidney disease with/without other relevant organ dysfunction, enzymatic cytosine conversion (between 1 and 3 ... (Show More)
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