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iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Histones

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C01010050
(AB-001-0010)
10 rxns
$540.00
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Don’t risk wasting your precious sequencing samples. Diagenode’s validated iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Histones has everything you need for a successful start-to-finish ChIP of histones prior to Next-Generation Sequencing. The complete kit contains all buffers and reagents for cell lysis, chromatin shearing, immunoprecipitation and DNA purification. In addition, unlike competing solutions, the kit contains positive and negative control antibodies (H3K4me3 and IgG, respectively) as well as positive and negative control PCR primers pairs (GAPDH TSS and Myoglobin exon 2, respectively) for your convenience and a guarantee of optimal results. The kit has been validated on multiple histone marks.

 The  iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Histones is perfect for cells (100,000 cells to 1,000,000 cells per IP) and has been validated for tissues (1.5 mg to 5 mg of tissue per IP).

 The iDeal ChIP-seq kit is the only kit on the market validated for the major sequencing systems. Our expertise in ChIP-seq tools allows reproducible and efficient results every time.

  • Characteristics
    • Highly optimized protocol for ChIP-seq from cells and tissues
    • Validated for ChIP-seq with multiple histones marks
    • Most complete kit available (covers all steps, including the control antibodies and primers)
    • Optimized chromatin preparation in combination with the Bioruptor ensuring the best epitope integrity
    • Magnetic beads make ChIP easy, fast and more reproducible
    • Combination with Diagenode ChIP-seq antibodies provides high yields with excellent specificity and sensitivity
    • Purified DNA suitable for any downstream application
    • Easy-to-follow protocol

    Note: to obtain optimal results, this kit should be used in combination with the DiaMag1.5 - magnetic rack.

    ChIP-seq on cells

    Figure 1A

    Figure 1A. The high consistency of the iDeal ChIP-seq kit on the Ion Torrent™ PGM™ (Life Technologies) and GAIIx (Illumina®)
    ChIP was performed on sheared chromatin from 1 million HelaS3 cells using the iDeal ChIP-seq kit and 1 µg of H3K4me3 positive control antibody. Two different biological samples have been analyzed using two different sequencers - GAIIx (Illumina®) and PGM™ (Ion Torrent™). The expected ChIP-seq profile for H3K4me3 on the GAPDH promoter region has been obtained.
    Image A shows a several hundred bp along chr12 with high similarity of read distribution despite the radically different sequencers. Image B is a close capture focusing on the GAPDH that shows that even the peak structure is similar.

    Perfect match between ChIP-seq data obtained with the iDeal ChIP-seq workflow and reference dataset

    Figure 1B

    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.

    Figure 2

    Figure 2. Efficient and easy chromatin shearing using the Bioruptor® and Shearing buffer iS1 from the iDeal ChIP-seq kit
    Chromatin from 1 million of Hela cells was sheared using the Bioruptor® combined with the Bioruptor® Water cooler (Cat No. BioAcc-cool) during 3 rounds of 10 cycles of 30 seconds “ON” / 30 seconds “OFF” at HIGH power setting (position H). Diagenode 1.5 ml TPX tubes (Cat No. M-50001) were used for chromatin shearing. Samples were gently vortexed before and after performing each sonication round (rounds of 10 cycles), followed by a short centrifugation at 4°C to recover the sample volume at the bottom of the tube. The sheared chromatin was then decross-linked as described in the kit manual and analyzed by agarose gel electrophoresis.

    Figure 3

    Figure 3. Validation of ChIP by qPCR: reliable results using Diagenode’s ChIP-seq grade H3K4me3 antibody, isotype control and sets of validated primers
    Specific enrichment on positive loci (GAPDH, EIF4A2, c-fos promoter regions) comparing to no enrichment on negative loci (TSH2B promoter region and Myoglobin exon 2) was detected by qPCR. Samples were prepared using the Diagenode iDeal ChIP-seq kit. Diagenode ChIP-seq grade antibody against H3K4me3 and the corresponding isotype control IgG were used for immunoprecipitation. qPCR amplification was performed with sets of validated primers.

    ChIP-seq on tissue

    Figure 4A

    Figure 4A. Chromatin Immunoprecipitation has been performed using chromatin from mouse liver tissue, the iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Histones and the Diagenode ChIP-seq-grade H3K4me3 (Cat. No. C15410003) 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.

    Figure 4B

    Figure 4B. 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.

  • Additional solutions compatible with iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Histones

    Chromatin shearing optimization kit - Low SDS (iDeal Kit for Histones) optimizes chromatin shearing, a critical step for ChIP.

     The MicroPlex Library Preparation Kit provides easy and optimal  library preparation of ChIPed samples.

    ChIP-seq grade anti-histone antibodies provide high yields with excellent specificity and sensitivity

     Plus, for our IP-Star Automation users for automated ChIP, check out our automated version of this kit.

  •  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
  •  Documents
    iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Histones manual MANUAL
    The iDeal ChIP-seq Kit for Histones has been validated on IP-Star® Compact Automated System. ...
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    iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Histones & Library Preparation kit MANUAL
    The iDeal ChIP-seq kit for Histones and the iDeal Library Preparation kit are the perfect combina...
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    Bioinformatics pipeline for ChIPseq analyses POSTER
    Chromatin ImmunoPrecipitation (ChIP) coupled with high-throughput massively parallel sequencing a...
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    Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Brochure BROCHURE
    Whether you are experienced or new to the field of chromatin immunoprecipitation, Diagenode has e...
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