Beckman Institute Team Publishes Solid-State Nanopore Method for Methylation Detection, Quantification | GenomeWeb

Using solid-state nanopores, a group from the University of Illinois' Beckman Institute and the Mayo Clinic has developed a single-molecule detection method that can distinguish methylated DNA from unmethylated DNA and can coarsely quantify the extent of methylation on a DNA molecule.

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