Chromatin analysis experiments can be a roller coaster of emotion. One moment you’re flying high and the next you’re in a troubleshooting inferno. Fortunately, there has been quite a bit of competition to fine-tune nearly every portion of the ChIP sequencing workflow over the last few years, and those advancements are now benefitting researchers like you.
One of the latest improvements comes from our friends at Chromatrap®, a Porvair company that’s so serious about ChIP they have a dedicated company for it.
The creative Chromatrap R&D scientists developed their new ChIP-Seq Kits by combining Porvair’s purification wizardry with an assortment of performance enhancing protocol tweaks* that provide researchers with a flexible solution that’ll have you enjoying both the highs and lows of ChIP Seq.
*Editor’s Note: We were assured that all “performance enhancers” mentioned here have NOT been banned by any major sports organization.
The ChIP Seq Highs:
- An increased slurry volume of 1ml delivers greater flexibility with more difficult samples; you know, those finicky yet oh-so-much more interesting ones.
- You’re covered to work with both high and low chromatin loadings (1-50µg), allowing you to work with minute amounts of sample with confidence.
- Grab a bunch of high quality of chromatin, whether its been digested via sonciaton or enzymatic digestion.
The ChIP Seq Lows:
- Analyze low abundance transcription factors and other DNA binding proteins with the improved sensitivity from the kit.
- Small time investment: Knock out a complete ChIP-seq assay in just one day.
For more details on surviving chromatin’s ups and downs, check out the ChIP-Seq Kits on the Chromatrap website.