ChIP-Seq (chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing) combines the highly effective chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) methodology and next generation sequencing (NGS) to analyze protein-DNA interactions. These interactions are important for a vast quantity of biological processes involved in normal development and disease progression, such as gene regulation, checkpoint regulation, DNA repair, and DNA synthesis. ChIP-Seq is a valuable tool for discerning and quantifying the specific DNA sequences where proteins bind or epigenetic modifications exist.
Now accepting plant tissue!
GENEWIZ accepts chromatin immunoprecipitated DNA (ChIP DNA) and plant tissue for ChIP-Seq projects. Please visit our Sample Submission Guidelines page for details.
Azenta is a certified service provider for Illumina NGS platforms and the PacBio Sequel. Please visit our NGS Platforms page for more information.