The RNA Epigenomics Program, headed by Henry Yang and Melissa Fullwood, seeks to build a resource of RNA and epigenomics profiles from normal CD34+ haematopoietic stem cells and acute myeloid leukemia clinical samples using next-generation sequencing technologies. In particular, we are interested in novel datasets to uncover novel types of RNA that are important for haematopoiesis and the formation of leukemia.
These datasets will be instrumental in uncovering cross-talk between RNA species and with other cellular phenomena such as epigenetics. These datasets will also be used by members of the RNA Biology Center in order to promote collaboration within the center and other institutes. These results will be important for the development of novel biomarkers, RNA-based therapeutics and precision medicine.
Members of the RNA Biology Center are welcome to join the CSI Wet Lab RNA Epigenomics Mailing List to receive more information about the fresh Leukemia and patient samples that we receive.
Kindly write to the following team members to join the mailing list.
Team members: Melissa Fullwood (melissa.fullwood[at]nus.edu.sg), Xue Yan (xueyan[at]nus.edu.sg), Yufen (yufen[at]nus.edu.sg), Winnie (weenih[at]nus.edu.sg).
For project registration and request for samples, please contact Melissa Fullwood and Xue Yan.
To request for samples, please download the Material Request Form. Kindly return the completed form to Xue Yan.
For updates on Clinical Sample Processing & Cells, please contact Yufen.
For updates on Libraries, DNA & RNA, please contact Winnie
For all bioinformatics questions, please approach Henry Yang’s team
There is a NUS Contract Price for Sequencing Services till 15 July 2019. The user guide and price list is now available at PROCTOR: