Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

13/07/2016

Partnership between Institute and Dutch school generates bright ideas

Winning teams visit Institute

Students design innovative animal care solutions


13/07/2016

Lipids resource maps out move to UK

UK-led consortium receives £1.3m grant

Resource will progress understanding of lipids and disease development


30/06/2016

Comment from the Institute Director on the result of the EU referendum

“free exchange of talent and innovation is crucial”


09/09/2016

Nuclear Dynamics Symposium for Industry

The Babraham Institute's showcase event, focusing on Nuclear…


15/09/2016

The life and times of the ageing gut

Prof Claudio Nicoletti - The Institute of Food Research (IFR),…

Science Services

Bioinformatics
Biological Chemistry
Biological Support Unit
Flow Cytometry
Gene Targeting
Imaging
Lipidomics
Mass Spectrometry
Sequencing
Bioinformatics

The bioinformatics group provide biological computing services for the research groups at the institute but also for companies both on site and further afie...

Biological Chemistry
Biological chemistry is the interface between chemistry and biology, requiring both synthetic organic chemistry skills and a knowledge of biochemistry.

Typic...
Biological Support Unit
Our state-of-the-art Biological Support Unit (BSU) opened in 2009 and provides housing and care for pathogen-free rodents used in both the academic scientific research pr...
Flow Cytometry
Providing a world-class flow cytometry facility to help meet our scientific research goals.
 
The Babraham Institute Flow Cytometry Core Facility offers ...
Gene Targeting
The Babraham Gene Targeting Facilities (GTF) provides a complete service to generate genetically altered mouse strains for Babraham Institute researchers and external inv...
Imaging

The Imaging Facility is located within one of the research buildings of the Babraham Institute and is equipped with state-of-the-art commercial imaging tech...

Lipidomics
The Lipidomics Mass Spectrometry Facility at Babraham Institute was established by Prof. Michael Wakelam and Dr. Qifeng Zhang at the beginning of 2007.

Since...
Mass Spectrometry
The Babraham Institute Mass Spectrometry Facility is housed in a purpose-built laboratory in a new building in the centre of the campus.

The primary role of ...
Sequencing
Whilst the Human Genome Project sequenced the first complete human genome over the course of fifteen years and a cost of more than 2 billion US dollars, the advent of Nex...

Much of the work of the Babraham Institute focuses on the BBSRC’s strategic objective of research into healthy ageing – understanding the basic molecular processes to promote lifelong health and wellbeing.

Research into ageing is carried out across the Institute’s four programme areas: Epigenetics, Signalling, Lymphocyte Signalling and Nuclear Dynamics, and these work in close collaboration with each other. The four programme areas are funded by the BBSRC as Institute Strategic Programme Grants (ISPG).

 

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Integrating epigenomic data and 3D genomic structure with a new measure of chromatin assortativity.

Pancaldi V, Carrillo-de-Santa-Pau E, Javierre BM

Genome biology
17 1474-760X:152 (0)

PMID: 27391817

In vivo genome-wide profiling reveals a tissue-specific role for 5-formylcytosine.

Iurlaro M, McInroy GR, Burgess HE

Genome biology
17 1474-760X:141 (2016)

PMID: 27356509

Impairment of DNA Methylation Maintenance Is the Main Cause of Global Demethylation in Naive Embryonic Stem Cells.

von Meyenn F, Iurlaro M, Habibi E

Molecular cell
62 1097-4164:983 (2016)

PMID: 27315559

CHiCAGO: robust detection of DNA looping interactions in Capture Hi-C data.

Cairns J, Freire-Pritchett P, Wingett SW

Genome biology
17 1474-760X:127 (2016)

PMID: 27306882