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Assay for single-cell DNA
An assay for single-cell
DNA methylation analysis could be useful for understanding the heterogeneity
of epigenetic modifications in diseased tissue. The assay system combines
methylation-sensitive restriction digestion and multiplex, quantitative,
real-time PCR in a microfluidic device. The assay showed that early stage
mouse embryo cells with a deficiency in the scaffolding protein tripartite
motif containing 28 (Trim28)
exhibited variable degrees of hypomethylation at all tested genes. Next steps
include developing a complete set of assays to monitor methylation status at
all genes and adapting the assay for use with human cells.
Published online Oct. 3, 2013
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Lorthongpanich, C. et
al. Science; published online Sept. 6, 2013;
Contact: Daniel M. Messerschmidt, Agency for Science,
Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore
Contact: William F. Burkholder, Nanyang Technological
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