E-MTAB-4584 - BiTS Chromatin Immunoprecipitation of H3K4me3 and H3K27ac in Drosophila melanogaster differentiating cardiomyocytes

Last updated on 9 January 2017, released on 10 January 2017
Drosophila melanogaster
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Protocols (6)
Here we improved BiTS-ChIP (Bonn et al, Nature Protocols 7, 978-994 (2012)) to identify active enhancer and promoter elements genome wide in the 104 cardiomyocytes that constitute the Drosophila heart tube and represents only ~0.5% of the total cell content of the embryo. A transgenic Drosophila strain expressing nuclear GFP under the control of a cardiac specific enhancer (TinC*>GFP) was used for staged embryo collections at stages 13-14 (10-13h of development). After embryo fixation and dissociation, intact fixed nuclei were fluorescent labelling. Purification of this rare nuclear population was achieved by a two-step sorting procedure, yielding ~98% purity. Chromatin was extracted and used for immunoprecipitation and sequencing (ChIP-seq) to analyze chromatin modifications at promoters (H3K4me3 and H3K27ac) and enhancers (H3K27ac). Two independent biological replicates (from FACS sorting, chromatin preparations and ChIP-Seq) were performed for each mark and sequenced using Illumina HiSeq.
Experiment types
ChIP-seq, binding site identification design, development or differentiation design, reference design, replicate design
Identification and in silico modeling of enhancers reveals new features of the cardiac differentiation network. Seyres D, Ghavi-Helm Y, Junion G, Taghli-Lamallem O, Guichard C, Röder L, Girardot C, Furlong EE, Perrin L. 143(23):4533-4542 (2016)
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