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WARF: P04394US

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10,000 Sequenced Mouse Genomic Clones Derived From a CpG Library


INVENTORS -

Peggy Farnham

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) is seeking commercial partners interested in mouse genomic clones derived from a library containing mouse CpG islands.
OVERVIEWCpG islands are areas of DNA containing a high CpG content, which often correspond to promoter regions.
THE INVENTIONA UW-Madison researcher has developed a set of almost 10,000 sequenced mouse genomic clones derived from a library containing mouse CpG islands. Sequence analysis showed that each clone is present only one time in the set. These clones can be used in microarrays.
APPLICATIONS
  • Microarrays
  • Genome-wide studies
KEY BENEFITS
  • Clones may be arrayed onto microscopic slides for use in ChIP-chip assays.
  • Clones are unique.
  • Clones do not correspond to ribosomal DNA.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Contact Information
For current licensing status, please contact Jennifer Gottwald at jennifer@warf.org or 608-960-9854.
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