Methylation Analysis by Sequencing Sample Prep for Next Generation Sequencing
Epigenomic information is important in understanding how the function of the genetic sequence is implemented and regulated. Since the epigenome is less stable than the genome, it is thought to be important in gene-environment interactions. However, being less stable, the epignome exhibits more variablity that the genome, making epigenomic mapping inherently more complex.
Step-by-Step Guide to Methylation Analysis Sample Prep Products
All Next Generation Sequencing Platforms
PureLink™ Genomic DNA Mini Kit
Recommended for next generation sequencing applications requiring extraction and purification of genomic DNA samples. Yields high-quality DNA in a single column.