Dr. David Gorkin, the Associate Director of Epigenomics at the Center for Epigenomics at UCSD, discusses his experience demoing our PIXUL Multi-Sample Sonicator and covers its advantages relative to other sonication instruments.
ChIP is a powerful method to study protein-DNA interactions and to investigate the locations of histone modifications across the genome. But ChIP assays take time to master. This video highlights all the ways Active Motif can help you become a ChIP assay expert.
How TransAM® transcription factor activation assays work
TransAM® kits are sensitive, non-radioactive transcription factor ELISA-based assays that facilitate the study of transcription factor activation in mammalian tissue and cell extracts. These optimized assays are available for many different transcription factors. Watch this short video to learn how they work.
This short video provides an overview of the transposase-assisted multiplex ChIP (TAM-ChIP™) technology. TAM-ChIP™ is a robust, one-step method that combines the antibody-directed protein targeting of ChIP with Illumina-compatible next-generation sequencing (NGS) library preparation into a single step.
Active Motif's ready-to-use, pre-washed, and pre-packed Protein G Agarose Columns have been specifically engineered to greatly reduce non-specific binding in ChIP assays. Simply add the ChIP reaction and perform the incubation and wash steps on the column to streamline the process and prevent any loss of material, offering a faster and more reproducible solution to centrifugation and magnetic separation methods.
Identifying Targets of Human microRNAs Using LightSwitch™ 3' UTR GoClones® and miRNA Mimics
This video describes how to use the LightSwitch Luciferase Assay System to identify miRNA targets by co-transfecting individual 3'UTR luciferase reporter constructs and miRNA mimics. This protocol is efficient, reproducible, and amenable to high-throughput analysis.