Cleavage Under Targets and Tagmentation (CUT&Tag) is an antibody-directed transposase tethering strategy for in situ chromatin profiling in small samples and single cells. We describe a modified CUT&Tag protocol using a mixture of an antibody to the initiation form of RNA polymerase II (Pol2 Serine-5 phosphate) and an antibody to repressive Polycomb domains (H3K27me3) followed by computational signal deconvolution to produce high-resolution maps of both the active and repressive regulomes in single cells. The ability to seamlessly map active promoters, enhancers, and repressive regulatory elements using a single workflow provides a complete regulome profiling strategy suitable for high-throughput single-cell platforms.
- Chromatin profiling
- Epigenomic signal deconvolution
- Single-cell genomics