Norwegian Team Adapts Native ChIP-Seq Method for Low-input Applications, Rare Cell Types | GenomeWeb

A team led by researchers at the Oslo University Hospital has adapted a previously published native chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing method to work with very low input — down to 100,000 cells per immunoprecipitation, which represents a 200-fold reduction from existing native ChIP, or N-ChIP, sequencing protocols

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