sodium bisulfite

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so·di·um bi·sul·fite

acid sodium sulfite, used in gastric and intestinal fermentation, externally in the treatment of parasitic diseases, and as an antioxidant in certain injections (s. metabisulfite).
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To convert unmethylated cytosines to uracils, we treated 300 ng human genomic DNA from lung adenocarcinoma samples and genomic DNA controls with sodium bisulfite by use of the CpGenome DNA Modification Kit (Chemicon) according to the manufacturer's protocol.
The study Menadione sodium bisulfite (CAS 130-37-0) Market Research Report 2010 presents an overview of the Menadione sodium bisulfite market globally and regionally by contemplating and analyzing its parameters.
Sodium bisulfite converts unmethylated, but not methylated, cytosine residues to uracil.
The Applied Biosystems methylSEQr[TM] Bisulfite Conversion Kit is a set of conveniently packaged bisulfite-conversion reagents that enables the comparison of sodium bisulfite treated DNA sequences with sequences from untreated genomic DNA.
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Genomic DNA was treated with sodium bisulfite, as previously described (10).
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Treatment of the DNA with sodium bisulfite converts the epigenetic difference between methylated and unmethylated cytosine into a single-base variation of the C/T type (5-methylcytosine remains unaltered, whereas cytosine is selectively deaminated to uracil and amplified as thymidine).
Solvay Minerals is a leading producer of soda ash and related chemical compounds, including sodium sulfite, sodium metabisulfite, sodium bisulfite solution and trona products.
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We previously developed an alternative PCR-based FXS classification strategy that took advantage of the differential susceptibility of methylated and nonmethylated DNA to modification by sodium bisulfite (7).