NimbleGen DNA Methylation Array by Roche Applied Science - a member of the Roche Group

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Roche NimbleGen provides the most sensitive and specific DNA Methylation microarrays and services on the market. Methylated DNA regions are accurately mapped using a combination of affinity-based enrichment, such as Methylated DNA Immunoprecipitation (MeDIP) or the Methylated CpG Island Recovery Assay (MIRA), followed by microarray analysis. Roche NimbleGen offers several types of DNA Methylation arrays for a variety of organisms to meet your specific research needs: • Whole-Genome Designs cover... Read more


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NimbleGen DNA Methylation Array

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Roche NimbleGen provides the most sensitive and specific DNA Methylation microarrays and services on the market. Methylated DNA regions are accurately mapped using a combination of affinity-based enrichment, such as Methylated DNA Immunoprecipitation (MeDIP) or the Methylated CpG Island Recovery Assay (MIRA), followed by microarray analysis. Roche NimbleGen offers several types of DNA

Methylation arrays for a variety of organisms to meet your specific research needs:

• Whole-Genome Designs cover all unique genomic regions in single arrays or multi-array sets and offer unbiased, comprehensive genome coverage for the most complete data sets possible.

• Promoter Designs cover important regulatory regions. Deluxe Promoter arrays offer extensive, single-slide coverage of those regions including gene and miRNA promoters, and CpG islands, while promoter arrays cover only gene promoters.

• Targeted Designs focus on CpG islands, RefSeq genes, ENCODE regions (up to 30 Mb), promoters of non-coding RNAs or the HOX clusters.

• Custom Designs allow researchers to specify their regions of interest for a fine-tiling approach or design their own targeted probes for a tailored array solution.