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Chromatin Immunoprecipitation

Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) is a powerful research technique used to identify and analyze protein-DNA interactions within the genome in vivo.

ChIP is used to spatially and temporally map along a gene or genome:

  • Transcription factor and co-factor binding
  • Replication factors and DNA repair proteins
  • Histone modifications and variant histones

Whatever your preferred method of chromatin preparation we have a ChIP kit suited to your needs.

SimpleChIP® Product Line

Validation: We recommend optimal dilutions, specific buffers and protocols for each of our antibodies. The data that supports these recommendations are generated through extensive testing of appropriate model systems.

Protocols: Detailed protocols, so that you can start your experiments quickly and minimize time and reagent waste.

Companion Products: A comprehensive list of companion products, validated in-house using our protocols, so you can get the reliable reagents you need to complete your experiment.

Technical Support: Our knowledgeable technical support scientists are only a phone call or email away.