Today’s epigenetics researchers need to squeeze every last bit of detail from the chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) experiments they run. That’s why Abcam launched their new High Sensitivity ChIP kits; to help bench scientists stay tuned in to what’s going on with the chromatin in their samples.
Abcam High Sensitivity ChIP Kits sport some pretty nifty technical advances to speed up the protocol and eliminate the overnight bead-binding step
Don’t Let Your ChIP Signal Go Down The Tubes
The new Abcam high sensitivity ChIP kit has a few refinements to the standard ChIP protocol in order to make for a better experience, the most important of which was the creation of a new binding matrix. While most kits use A/G beads, Abcam’s kit employs coated wells with walls that are lined with unique chimeric proteins containing the maximum number of IgG binding domains. This gives the High Sensitivity ChIP kit some serious benefits.
An Easier ChIP – Coated wells make the ChIP process easier by eliminating the overnight binding step
ChIP Even Faster – The result of a combined antibody and target incubation is a faster protocol that can go from sample to enriched DNA fragments in just 5 hours.
Ready for Any Analysis – The enriched ChIP DNA can be used for any normal downstream analysis applications, including the ever-popular NGS. Abcam even packs in control antibodies with each kit that can be used as a standards to ensure everything goes as planned.
When you’re ready to make a deep connection with your chromatin, check out the High Sensitivity ChIP Kit available on the Abcam website. And don’t forget to check out the full range of Abcam’s ChIP kits while you’re there.