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New Products: EpiCypher's EpiTitan Histone Peptide Array


EpiCypher recently launched Epititan, its next-generation histone peptide array. The Chapel Hill, NC-based company said that it designed EpiTitan to support the high-throughput screening of effector protein interaction, antibody binding, and enzyme activity.

According to Epicypher, the peptides on the array encompass over 95 unique modifications in the fore core histones – H2A, H2B, H3, and H4. Each array contains more than 265 histone peptides spotted 12 times each, the firm noted.

On its website, EpiCypher is offering the arrays with a list price of $299, or $1,199 for five arrays.

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