Cleavage Under Targets and Tagmentation, or CUT&Tag, is an alternative technique to traditional chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP). CUT&Tag is a cost-effective, efficient method to map chromatin using smaller amounts of starting material, sometimes as little as a single cell. The CUT&Tag method is robust and capable of generating high-resolution epigenetic maps with shorter turnaround and less complicated optimization than ChIP.
A Convenient Chromatin Analysis Technique:
Quality Results at a Minimal Cost:
Perfect For Difficult or Rare Samples:
Read our blog to learn more about the advantages of CUT&Tag and how you can implement it in your experimental workflow and see below for our growing portfolio of CUT&Tag validated antibody products.
|Catalog No.||Product name||Applications||Cross-Reactivity|
|A2771||Acetyl-Histone H3-K27 Rabbit mAb||DB,WB,IHC,IF,ChIP,CUT&Tag||Human, Mouse, Rat|
|A17562||Histone H3 Rabbit mAb||WB,IHC,IF,ChIP,CUT&Tag||Human, Mouse, Rat, Oryza sativa|
|A11145||[KO Validated] CDK9 Rabbit mAb||WB,IHC,IF,IP,ChIP-seq,CUT&Tag||Human, Mouse, Rat|
|A19032||[KO Validated] c-Myc Rabbit mAb||WB,IF,ChIP,CUT&Tag||Human, Mouse|
|A19588||CTCF Rabbit mAb||WB,IF,IP,ChIP,CUT&Tag||Human, Mouse, Rat|