ChIP Sequencing Analysis

ChIP sequencing, also known as ChIP-seq, is an efficient method for genome-wide DNA-protein interaction examination. By combining chromatine immunoprecipitation (ChIP) method with next generation sequencing, ChIP sequencing provides accurate mapping of protein-DNA binding loci. ChIP sequencing analysis allows scientists to gain a better understanding of regulatory events that play key role in various biological processes associated with disease development and prognosis.

Within the context of ChIP sequencing analysis, Epigenetiks carries out several bioinformatics tasks including ChIP sequencing, sequencing depth selection, quality control, mapping, data normalisation, peak calling, binding analysis and motif analysis in order to give meaning to your genome data.