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Histone Methyltransferase

Histone Methyltransferase

Histone methylation modification is catalyzed by histone methyltransferases (HMT). It often occurs at the N-terminal lysine or arginine residues of H3 and H4 histones, including monomethylation, double methylation, and trimethylation. It is one of the important mechanisms of epigenetics, which involves transcriptional regulation, maintenance of genome integrity, and transmission of epigenetic patterns.

For more details about our histone methyltransferase, please click the links listed below.

  • DZNep
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-1

  • Application:

    EZH2 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    102052-95-9

  • UNC3866
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-2

  • Application:

    CBX4 /CBX7 Chromodomains AntAgonist

  • GSK126
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-3

  • Application:

    EZH2 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    1346574-57-9

  • BIX 01294
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-4

  • Application:

    G9a/GLP HMT Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    935693-62-2

  • CPUY074020
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-5

  • Application:

    G9a Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    902279-44-1

  • EPZ005687
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-6

  • Application:

    EZH2 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    1396772-26-1

  • EI1
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-7

  • Application:

    EZH2 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    1418308-27-6

  • Chaetocin
  • CAT#:

    DEHM-2312-LGZ-10

  • Application:

    SUV39H HMT Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    28097-03-2

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