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Profiling Chromatin Landscape at High Resolution and Throughput with 2C-ChIP.

Wang, Xue Qing David; Cameron, Christopher J F; Segal, Dana; Paquette, Denis; Blanchette, Mathieu; Dostie, Josée.
Methods Mol Biol; 2157: 127-157, 2021.
Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-32820402
Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) is used to probe the presence of proteins and/or their posttranslational modifications on genomic DNA. This method is often used alongside chromosome conformation capture approaches to obtain a better-rounded view of the functional relationship between chromatin architecture and its landscape. Since the inception of ChIP, its protocol has been modified to improve speed, sensitivity, and specificity. Combining ChIP with deep sequencing has recently improved its throughput and made genome-wide profiling possible. However, genome-wide analysis is not always the best option, particularly when many samples are required to study a given genomic region or when quantitative data is desired. We recently developed carbon copy-ChIP (2C-ChIP), a new form of the high-throughput ChIP analysis method ideally suited for these types of studies. 2C-ChIP applies ligation-mediated amplification (LMA) followed by deep sequencing to quantitatively detect specified genomic regions in ChIP samples. Here, we describe the generation of 2C-ChIP libraries and computational processing of the resulting sequencing data.