Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (chip assay)

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Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (chip assay)- This lecture explains about the chromatin immunoprecipitation technique also known as Chip assay. it involves the antigen antibody reaction to precipitate chromatin structure.
Chip assay principle and mechanism is well explained along with the importance of the chromatin immunoprecipitation assay.
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Hi, I was wondering what the proteins of interest usually are for ChIP, as I'm a bit confused of the overall significance of this assay relative to chromatin. Thanks so much and I loved this video!

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Hi! I really liked your video, very didactic, thank you!!!

But I have a question, how do we know that the endonuclease enzyme will cut exactly where the protein is binded?
I mean, if it cuts a little more of the sequence that the protein is binded, when you isolate the sequence with the antibodies, the isolated will no be only the region which the protein binded.
So, how do we know where the enzyme will cut?

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