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iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Transcription Factors

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C01010055
24 rxns
$1,030.00
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Diagenode’s iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Transcription Factors is a highly specialized solution for robust Transcription Factor ChIP-seq results. Unlike competing solutions, our kit utilizes a highly optimized protocol and is backed by validation with a broad number and range of transcription factors. The kit provides high yields with excellent specificity and sensitivity.

TESTIMONIAL

I have been doing ChIPs for a very long time and have tried many kits from different sources like Active Motif, Millipore/Upstate, and homemade reagents. The reproducibility and binding efficacy were never optimal for these until a colleague recommended the iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Transcription Factors from Diagenode. I have done more than one hundred samples of ChIPs and ChIP-seq using this kit. The results are very consistent and the binding efficacy is higher than with all the other methods. I would definitely recommend this ChIP kit from Diagenode to anyone who is trying to do ChIP or ChIP-seq.

Researcher at Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
  • Characteristics
    • Confidence in results: Validated for ChIP-seq with multiple transcription factors
    • Proven: Validated by the epigenetics community, including the BLUEPRINT consortium
    • Most complete kit available for highest quality data - includes control antibodies and primers
    • Validated with Diagenode's MicroPlex Library Preparation™ kit and IP-Star® Automation System

     

    ChIP-seq on cells

    CTCF Diagenode

    Figure 1. (A) Chromatin Immunoprecipitation has been performed using chromatin from HeLa cells, the iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Transcription Factors and the Diagenode ChIP-seq-grade CTCF antibody. The IP'd DNA was subsequently analysed on an Illumina® HiSeq. Library preparation, cluster generation and sequencing were performed according to the manufacturer's instructions. This figure shows the peak distribution in a region surrounding the GAPDH positive control gene.

    CTCF Diagenode

    Figure 1B. The ChIP-seq dataset from this experiment has been compared with a reference dataset from the Broad Institute. We observed a perfect match between the top 40% of Diagenode peaks and the reference dataset. Based on the NIH Encode project criterion, ChIP-seq results are considered reproducible between an original and reproduced dataset if the top 40% of peaks have at least an 80% overlap ratio with the compared dataset.

     

    ChIP-seq figure A

    ChIP-seq figure B

    ChIP-seq figure C

    Figure 2. Chromatin Immunoprecipitation has been performed using chromatin from HeLa cells, the iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Transcription Factors and the Diagenode ChIP-seq-grade HDAC1 (A), LSD1 (B) and p53 antibody (C). The IP'd DNA was subsequently analysed on an Illumina® Genome Analyzer. Library preparation, cluster generation and sequencing were performed according to the manufacturer's instructions. This figure shows the peak distribution in regions of chromosome 3 (A), chromosome 12 (B) and chromosome 6 (C) respectively.

     

    ChIP-seq on tissue

    ChIP-seq figure A

    Figure 3A. Chromatin Immunoprecipitation has been performed using chromatin from mouse liver tissue, the iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Transcription Factors and the Diagenode ChIP-seq-grade CTCF antibody. The IP'd DNA was subsequently analysed on an Illumina® HiSeq. Library preparation, cluster generation and sequencing were performed according to the manufacturer's instructions. This figure shows the peak distribution in a region surrounding the Vwf positive control gene.

    Match of the Top40 peaks

    Figure 3B. The ChIP-seq dataset from this experiment has been compared with a reference dataset from the Broad Institute. We observed a perfect match between the top 40% of Diagenode peaks and the reference dataset. Based on the NIH Encode project criterion, ChIP-seq results are considered reproducible between an original and reproduced dataset if the top 40% of peaks have at least an 80% overlap ratio with the compared dataset.

  •  Testimonials

    I have been using Diagenode products to perform ChIP-seq during the last three years and I am very satisfied, with the Bioruptor, the kits and the antibodies. I have used the iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Histones and the iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Transcription Factors with very successful and reproducible results. Once I tried to ChIP histones with a home-made protocol and it worked much worse in comparison with Diagenode kits. In other occasion, I tried a non-Diagenode antibody for a transcription factor and I also got much poor results, however with the Diagenode antibody I always got very nice results. I strongly recommend the use of Diagenode products.

    Dr. Francisca Martinez Real - Development and Disease Research Group - Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Berlin, Germany

    There are so many ChIP-related products on the market, but I feel so lucky that I have been using the ones from Diagenode since I started my CHIP-seq project. I have used their iDeal CHIP-seq Kit for Transcription Factors and MicroPlex Library Prep Kit v2. Both of them are fantastic and very reproducible. With the very-well written protocols, you will just be home and dry. Particularly, I want to thank the technical support, who is very patient, knowledgeable and extremely helpful. I would definitely recommend my colleagues to use the CHIP products from Diagenode.

    Dr Kaiyu Lei, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery & Cancer, Imperial College London

    The new Bioruptor® Pico machine has reduced the amount of time spent sonicating Chromatin by a massive amount. Some protocols require quite harsh fixing conditions which meant fragmenting DNA on the old machine was taking many rounds and several times. With the new Bioruptor® Pico machine these sonications were taking just one round of 10 cycles thereby reducing the fragmentation time substantially. Following sonication, I have used the new IDeal ChIP-seq kit. This is a nice straight forward kit that if followed with an appropriate chip validated antibody gave amazing chip-seq results that worked time and again with several different transcription factors. I would recommend both kits for good, consistant chromatin work.

    Dr. Karen Dawson, RNA Biology Group, Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute at the University of Manchester
  •  Applications
    ChIP-seq
    Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) coupled with high-throughput massively parallel sequencing as a detection method (ChIP-seq) has become one of the primary methods for epigenomics researchers, namely to investigate protein-DNA interaction on ... Read more
    Chromatin Analysis
    Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) is a method used to determine the location of genome binding sites for a specific protein of interest, giving invaluable insights into the regulation of gene expression. ChIP involved the selective enrichme... Read more
  •  Documents
    Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Brochure BROCHURE
    Whether you are experienced or new to the field of chromatin immunoprecipitation, Diagenode has e...
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    iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Transcription Factors - Manual MANUAL
    Diagenode’s iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Transcription Factors is a highly specialized solution f...
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    iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Transcription Factors -マニュアル マニュアル
    DiagenodeのiDeal ChIP-seq kit for transcription factorsは、強力な転写因子ChIP-seqの結果を得るための高度に特殊化されたソリューションで...
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    Optimize the selection of guide RNA by ChIP to keep CRISPR on-target APPLICATION NOTE
    The mechanisms of target recognition and target specificity of the Cas9 protein is still not comp...
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  •  Publications

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