Scalable ChIP workflow

Chromatrap has entered into a partnership with Covaris to offer a highly scalable and simple ChIP workflow, enabling researchers to easily isolate protein-DNA complexes

Standardise and scale ChIP workflows

New partnership between Chromatrap and Covaris will enable researchers to rapidly standardise and scale their ChIP workflows

Assay kit for tissues, biopsies and difficult to lyse samples

Kit protocol is shorter, offers increased chromatin yield/accessible epitopes and provides greater flexibility in chromatin sample loading for ChIP

Methodologies for increasing ChIP efficiency

For every chromatin preparation it is essential to check the chromatin is sheared to fragments between 100-500bp

Benefits of solid state ChIP technology

Variability in drug metabolising enzyme developmental trajectories contributes to inter-individual differences in susceptibility to chemical toxicity and adverse drug reactions

High quality specific ChIP-validated antibodies

Chromatrap, has announced the launch of its own range of Chromatin Immunoprecipitation-validated antibodies

ChIP sequencing kit for next generation sequencing

Kit extends Chromatrap solid state ChIP technology to preparation of purified Chromatin for the generation of sequencing libraries

An alternative solid phase ChIP affinity matrix

Chromatin immunoprecipitation is an important technique in the study of DNA/protein interactions

Improving ChIP assay performance

Chromatrap offers an easier and more efficient way of undertaking chromatin immunoprecipitation assays

Chip checks for oral cancer

The gentle touch of a lesion on the tongue or cheek with a brush can help detect oral cancer with success rates comparable to more invasive techniques, according to preliminary studies.

A Chip With Moveable Channels

Microfluidic devices typically depend upon electrokinetic or traditional pressure methods to move microscopic amounts of fluid around a fixed microchip.

Nanolithography allows multiple chemicals on a chip

Scientists have developed a nanolithographic technique that can produce high-resolution patterns of at least three different chemicals on a single chip at writing speeds of up to one millimetre per second.

NMR on a chip

A super-sensitive mini-sensor developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology can detect nuclear magnetic resonance in tiny samples of fluids flowing through a novel microchip.





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