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Find out how other scientists are using our antibodies against histone H3 and histone modifications in recent publications.
Cited in hundreds of publications and validated in multiple applications and species, our anti-histone H3 antibody (ab1791) is the gold standard for histone H3 research.
Our anti-histone H3 antibody is trusted by hundreds to deliver consistent, high-quality results. Learn more about the antibody and see the supporting data.
Tri methyl K4. Validated in ChIP, western blot, IHC, ICC/IF. Guaranteed batch-to-batch consistency. ChIP grade.
Tri methyl K4. Validated in ChIP, western blot, ICC/IF, flow. Guaranteed batch-to-batch consistency. ChIP grade.
Use high quality, purified inhibitors to study the function of histone methylation enzymes. View our expanding range of inhibitors here.
Read how histone methylation is now considered a more dynamic modification with the discovery of Histone demethylases.
A cheat sheet to quickly remember which histone modification marks which genomic element, and which antibodies you can use to specifically detect them.
Histone methyltransferase and demethylase activity assays are complex to develop. Find our extensive range of high sensitivity assays here.
With over 600 histone modifications identified it can be difficult to know which techniques and reagents to use. Find out which are right for your research.