Over at Bitesize Bio, Judith Brouwer offers 10 tips for improving bisulfite sequencing outcomes. "In my experience, depending on the locus of interest (roll up your sleeves for C/G-rich areas), bisulfite sequencing doesn't always give perfect results the first time," she says.

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