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Auto hMeDIP kit x16 (monoclonal mouse antibody)
The Auro hMeDIP kit is designed for enrichment of hydroxymethylated DNA from fragmented genomic DNA samples for use in genome-wide methylation analysis. It features a highly specific monoclonal antibody against 5-hydroxymethylcytosine (5-hmC) for the immunoprecipitation of hydroxymethylated DNA . It includes control DNA and primers to assess the effiency of the assay. Performing hydroxymethylation profiling with the hMeDIP kit is fast, reliable and highly specific.
Robust enrichment & immunoprecipitation of hydroxymethylated DNA Highly specific monoclonal antibody against 5-hmC
for reliable, reproducible results Including control DNA and primers to
monitor the efficiency of the assay
5-hmC, 5-mC and unmethylated DNA sequences and primer pairs
Mouse primer pairs against Sfi1 targeting hydroxymethylated gene in mouse
Improved single-tube, magnetic bead-based protocol
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