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Active Motif

Suite 150, 1914 Palomar Oaks Way
Carlsbad
United States of America, California
Toll free: 877-222-9543

Phone: 760-431-1263 x 250
Fax: 760-431-1351

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Active Motif develops innovative tools and reagents that help researchers investigate nuclear function with particular emphasis on chromatin dynamics and elucidating the mechanism and regulation of epigenetic events.

In addition to offering  validated antibodies and assays to enable the discovery and characterization of key epigenetic processes, such as histone modification and DNA methylation we also provide complete service solutions for the genome-wide analysis of epigenetic events, including DNA methylation, histone modification and transcriptional regulation.

Products include antibodies and kits for chromatin immunoprecipitation, methylated DNA enrichment, MeDIP, 5 hydroxymethylcytosine analysis, bisulfite sequencing, histone purification, detection of histone modifications, transcription factor assays as well as a broad range of validated antibodies and recombinant proteins.



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Last update of this entry: September 27, 2011

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