NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Sigma-Aldrich today said it has licensed from Epigentek technology for DNA modification, methylation quantitation, and protein/DNA interaction, which Sigma plans to use to develop its planned epigenetics research products.
 
The license is exclusive in the US and co-exclusive globally, Sigma-Aldrich said.
 

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