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Old 06-21-2013, 04:56 PM   #1
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Question Can I analyze old blood samples?

I'm interested in looking at a broad variety of epigenetic marks in a bank of old blood samples. (I believe the oldest are around 5 years old.) These whole blood samples were originally stored with the goal of preserving RNA for later RNA-seq, and so are either in PAXgene tubes or EDTA.

What sort of epigenetic marks might survive this kind of treatment and storage?
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