Epigenetic Methylation Station

Your source for information, protocols, and bioinformatics about epigenetics and DNA methylation.

Month: July 2018

Immunohistochemistry Protocols 28Jul

Immunohistochemistry Protocols

Immunohistochemistry Protocols IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY PROTOCOLS Your source for protocols, techniques and information about immunohistochemistry, immunology, histology, pathology and chemistry. History of Immunohistochemistry Immunohistochemistry is a molecular technique that combines principles from both immunology and biochemistry techniques

DNA Methylation 26Jul

DNA Methylation

DNA methylation is the addition of a methyl group to the carbon-5 position of cytosine residues. It is the only common covalent modification of human DNA and occurs almost exclusively at cytosines that are followed

DNA Methylation and Cancer 24Jul

DNA Methylation and Cancer

Alterations in DNA methylation are regarded as epigenetic and not genetic changes, because although epigenetic changes affect the structure of DNA, they do not materially affect the genetic code. In recent years, numerous studies have

Epigenetics 22Jul


Links to Epigenetic Issues and Information: Gene Regulation Overview CpG Islands and Epigenetics Repetitive Sequences and Epigenetics Histone Code Insulators and the Loop Domain Model Methylation Machinery Clinical Significance of DNA Methylation Genomic Imprinting Chromosomes

Epigenomics 21Jul


Epigenomic and Genome-Wide Approach to Epigenetics: High-performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) High-performance Capillary Electrophoresis (HPCE) Bisulphite Treatment in Combination with MethyLight Bisulphite Treatment in Combination with Pyrosequencing

Techniques to Study Epigenetics 17Jul

Techniques to Study Epigenetics

TECHNIQUES TO STUDY EPIGENETICS Links to Protocols, Methods and Techniques in order to study Epigenetic changes: Epigenetic Cell Growth and Nucleic Acid Protocols: Cell Lines and Cell Culture Seeding, Passaging and Freezing Cells Cell Stimulation

Methylation-Specific PCR 10Jul

Methylation-Specific PCR

Methylation-Specific PCR Protocol and Method MSP can rapidly assess the methylation status of virtually any group of CpG sites within a CpG island, independent of the use of cloning or methylation-sensitive restriction enzymes. The assay