Center Info

UW: Seattle University of Washington Northwest Reference Epigenome Mapping Center
UCSF: San Francisco University of California Integrated Epigenetic Maps of Human Embryonic and Adult Cells
BCGSC: Vancouver British Columbia Genome Sciences Center
UC Davis: Davis UC Davis Genome Center
UCSD Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research The San Diego Epigenome Center
Salk: La Jolla Salke Institute for Biological Studies
UW: Madison Morgridge Institute for Research
MGH/BROAD: Boston Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Production sequencing of reference human epigenomics
EDACC: Baylor / Houston Baylor College of Medicine Epigenomics Data Analysis and Coordination Center
A map of the United States, with centers in UW (Seattle), UBC (Vancouver, Canada), UCSF (San Francisco), UCSD (San Diego), Broad (Boston) pointing to EDACC (Houston), and EDACC pointing to NCBI in Washington, DC.
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University of Washington Northwest Reference Epigenome Mapping Center

The Northwest Reference Epigenome Mapping Center aggregates leading experts in human embryonic stem cell (hESC) biology, lineage-specific differentiation of hESCs, and well-established differentiating and differentiated adult primary tissue systems to establish a substantial capacity for the production of purified cells and tissues for large-scale epigenomic studies.

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UCSF: San Francisco

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University of California Integrated Epigenetic Maps of Human Embryonic and Adult Cells

This cooperative effort, consisting of scientists at UCSF, UC Davis, UCSC and the British Columbia Genome Sciences Centre, and working with the Data Coordination Center (EDACC) is comprehensively mapping epigenomes of select human cells with significant relevance to complex human disease.

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Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research The San Diego Epigenome Center

The Epigenome Center in San Diego focuses on both undifferentiated hESC and four hESC-derived early embryonic cell lineages including extraembryonic endoderm, trophoblast, mesendoderm (a common precursor to mesodermal and endodermal lineages), and mesenchymal cells (a specific mesoderm derivative) in order to gain a better understanding of the epigenetic mechanisms regulating differentiation of hESCs, and produce general reference epigenome maps of the human cells.

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MGH/BROAD: Boston

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Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Production sequencing of reference human epigenomics

The Reference Epigenome Mapping Centers (REMC) aims to transform our understanding of human epigenetics through production and integrative analysis of comprehensive reference epigenomes for ES cells, differentiated cells and tissues.

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EDACC: Baylor / Houston

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Baylor College of Medicine Epigenomics Data Analysis and Coordination Center

High-density microarrays and next-generation sequencing technologies, coupled with the availability of the annotated human genomic sequence, are opening a road toward a comprehensive mapping of molecular epigenetic patterns. This project aims to develop networked cyberinfrastructure and employ it to integrate and coordinate data analyses and data pipelines involving designated Reference Epigenome Mapping Centers (REMCs), NCBI, and other participants.