As a leading supplier of gene expression tools and services, Invitrogen plays a prominent role assisting researchers to further our understanding of epigenetic mechanisms. Invitrogen continues this commitment to the research community by developing leading tools and services to advance epigenetic research.

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Visit the Epigenetics Learning Center or browse recent publications involving Invitrogen’s NCode™ products.

Seminars and Workshops

Our R&D scientists give presentations and workshops on the use of Invitrogen’s technologies in microRNA, DNA methylation and histone research. Interested in attending a workshop or seminar with your colleagues or hosting an event in your area? Please contact Invitrogen at EpiScientist@invitrogen.com.

Ask Our Scientists

Invitrogen has invested significantly in internal epigenetics R&D to bring you the best set of technologies and products for your research needs. If you have a question about our products, their usage or even a general question about the field, please do drop us a line.

Useful Epigenetics Sites

  • miRBase - Sanger Institute miRNA databases of sequences and predicted targets, as well as an official name registry for new miRNA genes
  • EumiR - searchable website for the prediction of microRNA precursor sequences hosted by the Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology
  • ProMiR II - searchable website for the identification of potential miRNAs in the vicinity of known miRNAs hosted by the Biointelligence Lab at the Center for Bioinformation Technology, Seoul National University
  • miRex - searchable website for the identification of microRNA targets hosted by the Rajewsky lab at NYU's Center for Comparative Functional Genomics and the Max Delbruck Centrum, Berlin
  • PicTar - searchable website for the identification of microRNA targets hosted by the Rajewsky lab at NYU's Center for Comparative Functional Genomics and the Max Delbruck Centrum, Berlin
  • Cluster and TreeView – an integrated pair of programs for analyzing and visualizing the results of complex microarray experiments. Please note the licensing agreement particularly the differences between academic/non-profit users and commercial users.
  • ENCODE - the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) ENCODE project, a public research consortium
  • ChromDB - a database of chromatin-associated proteins for high curated plant genes.
  • Histone Database - the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) database for histones and histone fold-containing proteins.