Our specialists from Gentaur/Genprice advise to follow carefully the instructions for use and store the EpiQuik m6A RNA Methylation Quantification Kit (Colorimetric) in refrigerator and according to the label upon arrival.
Manufactured in United States. Designed for Research Use Only, not for human or animal consumption.
Colorimetric assays or detection use UV absorption or enzymatic color reaction.
Chromatin isolation for histone extracts like H2A, H2B, H3, and H4 extraction for SDS-PAGE electrophoresis. Histones act as spools around which DNA winds, and also play a role in gene regulation. The core histones include H2A, H2B, H3, and H4. Histones undergo post-translational modifications, which alter their interaction with DNA and nuclear proteins. The H3 and H4 histones have long tails protruding from the nucleosome, which can be covalently modified at several places (i.e., methylation, acetylation, phosphorylation, etc.). Histone modifications act in diverse biological processes such as gene regulation, DNA repair and chromosome condensation (mitosis). Combinations of modifications are thought to constitute a "histone code" and an understanding of this code may help to answer questions about human development and disease.
Non-methylated DNA at CpG islands organizes histone methylation through ZF-CxxC proteins in epigenetic biological systems. DNA and histone Methylation is catalyzed by enzymes; such methylation can be involved in hodyonr modification, regulation of gene expression, regulation of protein function, and RNA processing. Methylation of heavy metals can also occur outside biological systems. Chemical methylation of tissue samples is also one method for reducing certain histological staining artifacts. The counterpart of methylation is demethylation.
EpiQuik m6A RNA Quantification Kit (Colorimetric)
EpiQuik m6A RNA Methylation Quantification reagent (colorimetry)
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