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Maintaining low backgrounds and the ability to perform all down stream analysis. Our ChIP kits offer simple and reliable assays to detect and quantify interactions in just five hours.
Our chromatin and histone extraction kits have been optimized for use with ChIP and epigenetic assays, to ensure you start your analysis with an optimal sample.
Watch this on-demand applications of ChIP webinar to learn about epigenetics, ChIP and histone modifications.
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.
Neuronal degeneration through inappropriate activation of apoptotic cell-death pathways explained. Mechanisms and key protein players.
A step-by-step DNA-RNA immunoprecipitation (DRIP) protocol, including R-loop preparation and associated reagents.
Discover antibody-oligonucleotide conjugation tools for your next experiment.
Learn about the advantages of our RabMAb® rabbit monoclonal antibodies, like high affinity and specificity with low background, and extensive
Discover the roles of the key proteins involved in the DNA Damage Response pathway and find high-quality products to progress your research with our poster.
Found in all eukaryotic cells, actin is a protein essential to maintain cell structure. In humans, three main actin groups have been identified - alpha, beta. Actin is used as a loading control for western blotting to normalize protein loading. Read full article.