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EpiDyne™ Nucleosome Remodeling Substrates
Opening the door for the study of disease-relevant ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling complexes

Nucleosome remodeling regulates DNA access on chromatin and thus impacts gene expression and genome repair. Many ATP-dependent remodeling enzymes are associated with human disease (below) but are challenging targets to study biochemically due to the requirement for nucleosome-based substrates. EpiCypher has addressed this need by developing EpiDyne™, a family of recombinant nucleosome substrates to monitor nucleosome remodeling activity in vitro.

EpiDyne Model

EpiDyne Nucleosome Remodeling Substrates consist of a human histone octamer wrapped with a strong nucleosome positioning sequence (Widom 601) shielding a target motif (purple box). The target motif is either a restriction enzyme recognition site or a DAM methylation sequence. Subsequent to the action of an ATP-dependent remodeler (e.g. RSC or another SWI/SNF ATPase), the target site is exposed, whereupon it can either be cut by a restriction enzyme or methylated by DAM. The latter method is immediately compatible with HTS applications.

Compatible with Multiple Assay Formats:
• Restriction Enzyme Accessibility
• DAM methyltransferase
• HTS Fluorescence-based readouts FRET, FP, etc. (coming soon)

Useful for:
• Inhibitor screening and development
• Structure-Activity Relationship assays
• Biochemical profiling of ATPase family proteins

hSWI/SNF Protein Types of Cancer
hSNF5 (INI1, BAF47, SMARCB1) Malignant rhabdoid tumors, Medulloblastoma, CML Choroid plexus carcinomas
BRG1 (SMARCA4, BAF190, hSNF2) Multiple carcinomas, Prostate cancer, Oral cancers Non-small cell lung cancer
BRM (SMARCA2, BAF190B, SNF2L2) Multiple carcinomas, Non-small cell lung cancer
The mutation or misregulation of human SWI/SNF family ATPases is associated with multiple cancer types.
16-4101 Remodeling Data

ATP-dependent nucleosome remodeling reaction in the presence of DpnII. EpiDyne Nucleosome Remodeling Substrates were incubated for the time indicated with or without (No RSC) the ATP-dependent chromatin remodeler RSC in the presence of ATP (or No ATP as indicated) and the restriction enzyme DpnII. Samples were then resolved on a polyacrylamide gel and stained with ethidium bromide. The red arrow indicates the fragment cleaved from the nucleosomal DNA subsequent to remodeling.

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EpiDyne Nucleosome Remodeling Assay Substrate ST601-GATC1
Cat. No.: 16-4101
Pack Size: 50 μg