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Find out the procedure for cross-linking chromatin immunoprecipitation (X-ChIP) with this detailed guide
ChIP with a dual cross-linking method to efficiently bind transcription factors (TFs) within chromatin. Effective for TFs within DNA binding complexes.
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
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.
Discover our guide covering some of the latest and most advanced ChIP-based techniques. Including ChIP-loop, ChIA-PET, ChIP-exo and ChIP-BS-seq.
A detailed protocol on how to extract chromatin and perform ChIP on plant samples, using Arabidopsis thaliana as an example.
Sample preparation for epigenetic analysis can be challenging. This protocol describes how chromatin is prepared from tissue, which can subsequently be used for chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP).
Read about advances in ChIP-seq analysis with small samples, including ChIP-seq using limited samples and optimizing amplification for small ChIP samples.
ChIP tips including cross-linking, chromatin fragmentation, ChIP antibodies, and detection.
Find out how to perform native chromatin immunoprecipitation with this detailed step-by-step protocol.