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Find out the procedure for apoptosis DNA fragmentation in our useful step-by-step guide.
Use our comprehensive range of kits to detect the end stages of apoptosis - nuclear condensation, DNA fragmentation, increase in subG1 population & membrane blebbing.
ChIP tips including cross-linking, chromatin fragmentation, ChIP antibodies, and detection.
By combining the DNA denaturation and bisulfite conversion steps, you can accurately convert unmethylated cytosine into uracil in 30mins.
Genomic DNA is packaged and organized into chromatin. Understanding which genomic regions are active vs inactive can help to identify critical disease paths
ChIP is a very powerful technique that allows for the analysis of protein localization on DNA regions in the genome. Watch this on-demand webinar to find out how to optimize and troubleshoot your ChIP experiments.
Find out how to troubleshoot common ChIP problems such as high background in non-specific antibody controls, low signal, low resolution with high background across large regions and more.
Find out about the different epigenetic factors which require analysis by ChIP and help determine which ChIP method is right for you in our guide to ChIP
Learn about your options when you need an apoptosis assay. Understand apoptosis markers.
Neuronal degeneration through inappropriate activation of apoptotic cell-death pathways explained. Mechanisms and key protein players.