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  • DNA methylation — Illustration of a DNA molecule that is methylated at the two center cytosines. DNA methylation plays an important role for epigenetic gene regulation in development and disease. DNA methylation is a biochemical process that is important for… …   Wikipedia

  • Bisulfite sequencing — Figure 1: Outline of bisulfite conversion of sample sequence of genomic DNA. Nucleotides in blue are unmethylated cytosines converted to uracils by bisulfite, while red nucleotides are 5 methylcytosines resistant to conversion …   Wikipedia

  • Combined bisulfite restriction analysis — The first few steps of COBRA, and the molecular changes caused by each step to methylated and unmethylated CpG sites. Combined Bisulfite Restriction Analysis …   Wikipedia

  • Isoschizomer — Isoschizomers are pairs of restriction enzymes specific to the same recognition sequence and cut in the same location. For example, Sph I (CGTAC^G) and Bbu I (CGTAC^G) are isoschizomers of each other. The first enzyme to recognize and cut a given …   Wikipedia

  • Methylated DNA immunoprecipitation — (MeDIP or mDIP) is a large scale (chromosome or genome wide) technique that is used to enrich for methylated DNA sequences. It consists of isolating methylated DNA fragments via an antibody raised against 5 methylcytosine (5mC). This technique… …   Wikipedia

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  • DNA methyltransferase — N 6 DNA Methylase crystal structure of type i restriction enzyme ecoki m protein (ec 2.1.1.72) (m.ecoki) Identifiers Symbol N6 Mtase Pfam …   Wikipedia

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