Genomic features that regulate gene expression, with Ensembl


 Wednesday 12 June 201915:30 16:30 (Europe/London)


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Anna Swan

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Gene expression is controlled by a complicated network of transcription factors and repressors, interacting with genomic features such as promoters and enhancers, dependant on epigenetic marks at those loci. Ensembl provides access to epigenomic data on histone modifications and protein binding across the genome, integrated with data on genes and genetic variation.

Join Ensembl to investigate a genomic region which controls gene expression, determine its activity in different cell types and view the epigenomic markers at that locus, plus see how to access these data in bulk.


No prior knowledge of bioinformatics is required, but an undergraduate level knowledge of biology would be useful.