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DNA methylation occurs on cytosines within CpG islands to form 5-methylcytidine (5-mc). Find out more about how to study this epigenetic process.
Esteban Ballestar (IDIBELL) explains the functional roles and targeting mechanisms of DNA methylation changes during cell differentiation.
From simple bisulfite conversion to post-bisulfite sequencing, use our kits to measure 5mC at single loci or across the whole genome.
Quantify DNMT and TET activity, perform MeDIP and bisulfite-based applications, or detect cytosine modifications in a variety of samples.
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