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Our genome produces numerous RNA types, including protein-coding mRNAs and many non-coding RNAs such as microRNAs (miRNAs) and PIWI-interacting RNA. To add to the complexity, epigenetic modifications such as m6A and 5-mC have been recently found on RNA. Discover our tools and resources to help you advance your RNA research.
Learn different applications and techniques for determining the presence and distribution of RNA modifications in mRNA, tRNA, and more.
See detailed protocols for RNA immunoprecipitation (RIP) and dot blot techniques.
Resources and products to support your research on RNA modifications.
Be ready for your next discovery in epigenetics with our antibodies to RNA modifications and their writers, readers, and erasers.
Explore the roles of m6A and its writers, erasers, and readers in RNA metabolism and find reliable antibodies to study these targets.
Watch the talks and panel discussion on demand from our first session, 'Epigenetics - From Bench to Clinic', held on November 3, 2020.