Porvair Sciences announces a new and improved Chromatrap® ChIP-Seq kit (v.1.5) that is optimized to work from fresh and frozen extracted tissue as well as cell lines.
This latest version of the popular Chromatrap® ChIP-Seq kit enables ChIP to be performed from as little as 50mg of a wide range of extracted tissue samples. The new protocol incorporates optimized lysis and hypotonic buffers and guidelines on how to achieve maximum extraction of chromatin from limited sample quantities. This ground-breaking performance, that delivers great results whilst saving your precious samples, is further supported by a number of recent research publications.
To review the latest Chromatrap® ChIP-Seq kit protocol please visit https://www.chromatrap.com/protocols/chromatrap-chip-seq-protocol-v1-5/
For labs using FFPE tissue, Porvair Sciences also offers an optimized Chromatrap® FFPE kit—see https://www.chromatrap.com/ffpe-chip/
Chromatrap® ChIP-Seq kits utilise a proprietary solid-state technology to deliver a streamlined ChIP-Seq protocol from small cell numbers and low chromatin concentrations. Specifically adapted for broader chromatin concentrations, Chromatrap ChIP-Seq combines the dynamic range of Chromatrap® with the downstream analysis power of deep sequencing. This allows faster, more reproducible genome wide identification of transcription factor binding sites and specific DNA associated protein modifications. The kit is ideal for more difficult primary cell samples and for the enrichment of low abundant transcription factors.
For further information please visit https://www.chromatrap.com/protocols/chromatrap-chip-seq-protocol-v1-5/ or contact the Chromatrap team +44-1978-666222 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chromatrap is a business unit of Porvair Sciences Ltd. with R&D and production laboratories based in the UK. Their extensive product range includes ChIP kits, DNA clean up kits and other innovative products for epigenetic research. Now cited in approaching 30 papers—Chromatrap® ChIP technology is rapidly becoming the method of choice for fast, accurate ChIP assays.