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Could you, advice if I can use NBP1-96969 Ab as a control Ab for HIF1a for ChIP asay. I have a problem that normal rabbit IgG that usually are provided in the ChIP kits show higher binding compare to NB100-105 HIF1A Ab. Could you suggest if it is better to use Mouse IgG 2b Isotype control in this case or normal rabbit IgG should work as well? NBP1-96969 Ab are not validated for ChIP, please, let me know if there is something better?
- Yes, it would be reasonable to use a mouse IgG2b control for NB100-105 (HIF1 alpha) in ChIP assay. The control provided in the ChIP kit is recommended as a control for the histone antibodies (which are rabbit polyclonal). NBP1-96969 would be a good choice for control for the mouse monoclonal NB100-105. It has not yet been validated for ChIP, but it has been validated for use in IP, so I think it will be a good choice for control.
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