Drosophila CHiP on chip

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Original protocol added and adapted with permission from [http://www.pdn.cam.ac.uk/staff/white/ Rob White's] lab.  You can download the original from [http://www.flychip.org.uk/protocols www.FlyChip.org.uk]
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If you are interested in doing CHiP chip with Drosophila then please feel free to contribute to the protocols found here.  The original protocol was added and adapted with permission from [http://www.pdn.cam.ac.uk/staff/white/ Rob White's] lab.  You can download the original from [http://www.flychip.org.uk/protocols www.FlyChip.org.uk]
'''Important''':  This protocol is dynamic, feel free to discuss any stages and make changes as you see fit.  If you use are currently using this protocol in the lab then it is important that you make a note of the date of the version that you are using and return to this if you need to repeat the experiment.  You can find the history by clicking on the history tab above.  The history never changes, allowing you  reference a particular protocol at a snap shot in time.
'''Important''':  This protocol is dynamic, feel free to discuss any stages and make changes as you see fit.  If you use are currently using this protocol in the lab then it is important that you make a note of the date of the version that you are using and return to this if you need to repeat the experiment.  You can find the history by clicking on the history tab above.  The history never changes, allowing you  reference a particular protocol at a snap shot in time.
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==Recent changes/changes from original flychip.org==
==Recent changes/changes from original flychip.org==
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==Contacts==
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#--[[User:Johncumbers|Johncumbers]] 10:31, 18 April 2006 (EDT)

Revision as of 09:31, 18 April 2006

If you are interested in doing CHiP chip with Drosophila then please feel free to contribute to the protocols found here. The original protocol was added and adapted with permission from Rob White's lab. You can download the original from www.FlyChip.org.uk

Important: This protocol is dynamic, feel free to discuss any stages and make changes as you see fit. If you use are currently using this protocol in the lab then it is important that you make a note of the date of the version that you are using and return to this if you need to repeat the experiment. You can find the history by clicking on the history tab above. The history never changes, allowing you reference a particular protocol at a snap shot in time.

Questions

  1. please add Q & A here

Recent changes/changes from original flychip.org

  1. please add any changes here

Contacts

  1. --Johncumbers 10:31, 18 April 2006 (EDT)
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