Llorens-Bobadilla E, Zamboni M, Marklund M, Bhalla N, Chen X, Hartman J, Frisén J, Ståhl PL
Nat. Biotechnol. - (-) - [2023-01-05; online 2023-01-05]
Current methods for epigenomic profiling are limited in their ability to obtain genome-wide information with spatial resolution. We introduce spatial ATAC, a method that integrates transposase-accessible chromatin profiling in tissue sections with barcoded solid-phase capture to perform spatially resolved epigenomics. We show that spatial ATAC enables the discovery of the regulatory programs underlying spatial gene expression during mouse organogenesis, lineage differentiation and in human pathology.
NGI Stockholm (Genomics Applications) [Collaborative]
NGI Stockholm (Genomics Production) [Service]
National Genomics Infrastructure [Service]