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Molecular purification methods such as immunoprecipitation (IP), co-IP and chromatin IP are important tools in studying lowly expressed proteins, protein-protein interactions or protein-nucleic acid interactions. Santa Cruz Biotechnology offers a comprehensive array of research support products for purification techniques. Protein A Agarose is a recommended specialty reagent used for isolating immunoglobulins from mammalian species. Protein A is an IgG binding protein expressed in Streptococcal bacteria much like Protein G but with differing binding specificities. Protein A binds to the Fc region of most mammalian immunoglobulins making it a powerful tool for antibody purification. Santa Cruz Biotechnology's Protein A Agarose is a native Protein A linked to a high-quality and well established Sepharose matrix and provides nearly double the total IgG binding capacity of Protein A Agarose CL-4B. Protein A Agarose is recommended for producing high purity and purification yield of IgGs from mammalian samples and is commonly used for purification of monoclonal antibodies.
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How did you pre-treat the beads? Did you use the salmon or other animal's DNA to block the beads? I plan use this kind of beads to do chip sequence, it's will affect my results if the beads contain other animals' DNA.
Asked by: jingwei wang
Thank you for your question. Please contact our Technical Service Department and we can provide you with this information.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-03-05
How do you pre-treat the beads to reduce non-specific binding?I plan to use this beads to do chip-seq.I 'm afraid whether you use ssDNA to pre-treat it, which will affect my chip sequence data.
Asked by: jingwei wang
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we don't have an optimized protocol available currently for Chip-seq. Please refer to the following ChIP-seq publication which lists different recipes for blocking agarose beads, as well as a protocol.
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