Powerful New Technique

Introducing myBaits® Custom Methyl-Seq

Introducing myBaits Custom Methyl-Seq Kits 

Targeted Methylation Sequencing Now Available

We are excited to announce the myBaits® hybridization capture kit product line, Custom Methyl-Seq. The hybridization capture technique significantly reduces per-sample sequencing costs compared to whole-genome bisulfite sequencing (WGBS) while preserving the essential strand-specific methylation signals.

myBaits Custom Methyl-Seq kits can be paired with either bisulfite or enzymatic-conversion workflows upstream of NGS library preparation, for seamless integration into your existing methyl-seq pipeline. All kits include the latest “v5” generation of myBaits hybridization and wash reagents, pairing best-ever performance with an easy-to-use protocol.

This innovative new product features:

    • Unique probe design algorithm
    • Optimized high-performance protocol
    • Scaleable to any project size
    • Dedicated support from expert scientists

myBaits Custom Methyl-Seq
myReads NGS Services

Efficient And Sensitive

Tailored for Your Application

High sensitivity and fidelity of targeted methylation detection at any methylation levels. (A) Target-wide methylation levels in capture libraries. Red lines indicate the simulated level. (B) IGV screenshot showing the uniform distribution of methylation levels along the gene STK12 promoter locus observed with the capture libraries at various methylation levels.

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Reach out today to learn how myBaits® Custom Methyl-Seq will improve your next project.

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This is an exciting advance to our broad range of research applications for maximizing your experimental performance.

-- Alison Devault, Director of Genomics
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