The m6A-eCLIP kit is an efficient library preparation method to identify your m6A modification sites.
N6-methyladenosine (m6A) represents an abundant RNA modification that is conserved across many different species, ranging from plants, to yeast, to mammals. Similar to the 5-methylcytosine (5-mc) modification of DNA, m6A is a reversible chemical modification of RNA. m6A RNA modifications are an emerging topic in controlling cell fate transitions in mammalian embryonic stem cells. m6A is one of the most prevalent modifications on both mRNAs and noncoding RNAs in eukaryotes with an estimated 12,000 m6A sites in over 7,000 genes. The mark is deposited by a heterodimer of methyltransferase-like 3 and 14 (Mettl3 and Mettl14) and can be removed by the RNA demethylase enzymes FTO and ALKBH5. Obesity risk gene FTO encodes the first identified m6A demethylase. Mutations in FTO have been associated with increased risk for obesity and type II diabetes. Recently, impairment of the status of m6A regulation has lead to prolonged expression of Nanog in ES cells and the inability to exit self-renewal stages toward differentiation
The m6A Kit eCLIP streamlines the eCLIP (RNA Immunoprecipitation) method to enable identification and transcriptome-wide profiling of m6A (N6-methyladenosine) RNA methylation sites
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