Chip seq oesophageal adenocarcinoma

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001007180 Cancer Genomics

Study Description

There is complex interplay between underlying genetic sequence and epigenetic factors, however this interplay is still illusive. Massively reconstructed cancer genomes can be used in order to better understand this relationship. Six oesophageal adenocarcinoma organoids will be sequenced using long read sequencing technologies and will be profiled for a range of epigenetic marks. Combination of genetic and epigenetic data will allow the thorough characterisation of reference cancer genomes and will provide novel insights into mechanisms of gene regulation. Description: Chip-seq Sequencing of 5 patient derived organoid cell models. Each model was derived from a piece of patient tumour taken following surgical rescetion of the tumour. All model derivations took place with the CGaP facility in Sanger.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
Genomic and epigenomic sequencing of 5 oesphageal adenocarciomas with evidence of chromothripsis. Genomic sequencing includes: Pacbio circular consensus sequencing, Pacbio continuous long read sequencing, 10X linked read and Illumia HiSeq X Ten sequencing. Epigenomic sequencing includes: Hi-C chromosome capture, ATAC-seq, ChIP seq (for H3K27ac, H3K4me3, H3K27me3 and CTCF) and long read RNA sequencing. All data types have the bam files which have not undergone haplotype resolution (demarcated as ... (Show More)

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