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Anti-ENL monoclonal antibody

Researchers in Dr. Michael Cleary's laboratory at Stanford University have developed a highly specific monoclonal antibody for ENL, a proto-oncoprotein associated with pediatric and adult leukemia. ENL and its highly conserved family member AF9 have unkn...
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SeqViz 3D – ChIP-seq analysis software

SeqViz 3D is an intuitive software tool for analyzing data from ChIP-seq and gene expression profiling assays. It yields three-dimensional shapes that are representative of the unique identity of a given cell type. ChIP-seq (chromatin immunoprecipitation...
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