From sextant to GPS: twenty-five years of mapping the genome with ChIP.

Abstract

Since its inception, ChIP technology has evolved immensely. Technological advances have improved its specificity and sensitivity, its scale has expanded to a genome-wide level, and its relative ease of use has made it a virtually ubiquitous tool. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the development of ChIP. In honor of this milestone, we briefly revisit its history, offer a review of recent articles employing ChIP on a genome-wide scale, and lay out our views for the future of ChIP.

DOI: 10.1002/jcb.22060

Cite this paper

@article{Wacker2009FromST, title={From sextant to GPS: twenty-five years of mapping the genome with ChIP.}, author={David A. Wacker and Tae Hoon Kim}, journal={Journal of cellular biochemistry}, year={2009}, volume={107 1}, pages={6-10} }