ChIP-Seq, short for Chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing, is a next-generation based sequencing method to comprehensively study the interaction between proteins and DNA. It takes advantage of the specificity of the antigenic antibody response to provide a fidelity reflection of the binding of protein factors to genomic DNA in vivo.
In recent years, due to the continuous development and refinement of ChIP-Seq its application has evolved from the study of interactions between target proteins and known target sequences to the study of interactions between target proteins and unknown sequences throughout the genome; from studying the interaction of a target protein with DNA to the interaction of two proteins co-associated with DNA; from studying the modification of histones in promoter regions to protein complexes bound to DNA sequences. And ChIP-Seq can be widely used in transcription factor binding sites (TFBSs) and histone modification studies. This technique uses reagents such as formaldehyde to cross-link and immobilize protein-DNA complexes in cells, lyses and ultrasonic processing cells, and immunoprecipitates them with antibodies specific to the target protein (or labeled antibodies) to obtain the target protein-DNA complexes. High-throughput sequencing of the DNA in the cross-linked isolated complexes allows the identification of DNA sequences that may interact with the target protein.
Genome-wide mapping of protein-DNA interactions and epigenetic marks is essential for a comprehensive understanding of transcriptional regulation in organisms. DNA-binding proteins, including transcription factors, epigenetic factors, and chromatin modifiers, control gene expression in the organism. Localizing the binding sites of DNA-binding proteins in the genome is essential for decoding gene regulatory networks.
By performing RNA-Seq after overexpression/knockout/disruption of a specific gene to search for significantly up- or down-regulated downstream genes affected by the gene; ChIP-Seq can search for genetic information of DNA binding sites where histones, transcription factors, etc. interact. When RNA differentially expressed genes are analyzed in conjunction with ChIP-Seq technology, it helps us to explore the mechanisms by which transcription factors, cofactors and histone modifications regulate gene expression.
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Distribution of reads mapped to the genome
Distribution of peaks
KEGG pathway enrichment
KEGG pathway enrichment