The purpose of this study was to generate a transcriptional profile specific for mutant p53 in triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), representing potential novel therapeutic targets. The highly heterogeneous TNBC tumor subgroup is established as having a poor clinical outcome. There are currently no targeted therapies for women with TNBC; consequently, there is an unmet clinical need to identify targetable pathways. Approximately 75% of these tumors are known to harbour a mutation in Tp53 (mutp53). Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Sequencing (ChIP-Seq) for mutp53 and ETS-1 (a known mutp53 interactor) was carried out using the D0-1 (sc-126) and sc-20 antibodies respectively, in the MDA-MB-468 TNBC cell line. The aim of these ChIP-seq experiments was to identify sites bound by endogenous R273H mutp53 and ETS-1 and to confirm that target genes were co-regulated. We identified 282 novel mutp53 specific genomic binding sites and 37 mutant p53 and ETS1 shared binding sites. In-house data analysis and ...
The Hippo pathway is an important regulator of cell growth and stem cell activity. When Hippo signaling is inactive, the transcriptional coactivator YAP and its paralogue TAZ translocate to the nucleus, where they bind TEAD transcription factors and regulate genes that result in increased organ size and tumorigenesis. Despite the importance of this pathway in cancer, the factors recruited by YAP/TAZ and TEADs and the binding sites of YAP/TAZ on chromatin remain largely unknown. Galli and colleagues used chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing (ChIP-seq) in liver cancer cells to analyze the genome-wide occupancy of YAP, TEAD1, TEAD4, and TAZ, which revealed that YAP and TAZ have redundant occupancy patterns at a small subset of TEAD-bound distal regulatory enhancer elements. The YAP-bound enhancers were highly active with a higher density of activating histone marks than the average enhancer and high expression of the associated target genes. Twenty-five percent of the YAP-bound enhancers were ...
The Hippo pathway is an important regulator of cell growth and stem cell activity. When Hippo signaling is inactive, the transcriptional coactivator YAP and its paralogue TAZ translocate to the nucleus, where they bind TEAD transcription factors and regulate genes that result in increased organ size and tumorigenesis. Despite the importance of this pathway in cancer, the factors recruited by YAP/TAZ and TEADs and the binding sites of YAP/TAZ on chromatin remain largely unknown. Galli and colleagues used chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing (ChIP-seq) in liver cancer cells to analyze the genome-wide occupancy of YAP, TEAD1, TEAD4, and TAZ, which revealed that YAP and TAZ have redundant occupancy patterns at a small subset of TEAD-bound distal regulatory enhancer elements. The YAP-bound enhancers were highly active with a higher density of activating histone marks than the average enhancer and high expression of the associated target genes. Twenty-five percent of the YAP-bound enhancers were ...
I am a research technician for the ENCyclopedia Of DNA Elements (ENCODE) Project. The goal of the project is to identify all functional elements in the human genome through high-throughput sequencing. This project uses Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes (BAC) Recombineering to tag transcription factors with GFP in order to perform Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Sequencing (ChIP-Seq). Once the BAC is transfected into K562 cells, I maintain the stable cell lines. After I extract the chromatin from the cells, I sonicate the chromatin then perform ChIP. Finally, the purified DNA generated from ChIP is sequenced using next generation sequencing.. ...
Chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing(ChIP-seq) rwas performed with the Diagenode recombinant antibody directed against H3K9me3 on sheared chromatin from 4 million K562 cells.
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Chromatin alterations are fundamental hallmarks of cancer. To study chromatin alterations in primary gastric adenocarcinomas, we perform nanoscale chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing of multiple.. He is also the co-founder and scientific adviser of Centaurus Therapeutics Inc., a US-based biotechnology company developing new therapeutics to combat the metabolic underpinnings of chronic diseases.. However, simultaneous oesophageal pH monitoring showed that 7 of the 31 patients (23%) had abnormal acid reflux despite adequate gastric acid suppression. This suggests that the antireflux mechanism in BO patients is poor, allowing even small amounts of acid to reflux in the oesophagus.. Figure 5: PI3Kδ-S but not PI3Kδ-L is resistant to small-molecule inhibition of PI3K/AKT/mTOR signalling and proliferation. Figure 6: PI3Kδ-S but not PI3Kδ-L is resistant to small-molecule inhibition.. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a highly variable syndrome and one of the most common female endocrine ...
L.Y.Wang, M. Snyder, M. Gerstein In order to understand the molecular mechanisms of gene regulation, a robust method is required to discriminate transcription factor binding sites from non-binding sites on a genomic scale. Experimental methods such as ChIP-chip experiments (microarray-based readout of chromatin immuno-precipitation assays), though gaining great success, remain time-consuming, expensive, and noisy. Traditional computational methods for binding site identification, such as consensus sequences, profile methods, and HMMs, are known to generate high false positive rates when applied genome-wide. They are based on training only with positive data, the small numbers of known binding sites. Thus, we are motivated to propose a new computational method to discover transcription-factor binding sites that synthesizes the noisy data from ChIP-chip experiments with known positive binding-site patterns. Our method (which we call BoCaTFBS) uses a boosted cascade of classifiers, where each ...
I have chip-seq data on histone modifications. Ive been scouring literature and blogs on Chip-seq analysis involving normalizing to input and normalizing across samples using spiked-in samples. There doesnt seem to be a cohesive differential binding analysis approach that can incorporate input normalization along with spike-in normalization. It seems most of the diff. binding approaches involves using RNA-seq methods (EdgeR, DESeq2) on read counts over genomic windows. I can substitute normalization factors used in these RNA-seq packages with spike-in normalization factors, but how do I account for input? Is blacklisting sites that are not different from input really the best way? Transforming the counts over input via log2fc or subtraction is not statistically sound (other bioinformaticians seems to agree).. Ive looked at the input signal for my data and have found signal patterns in areas consistent with some of my histone markers. This makes me think that I should really normalize my IP to ...
ChIP-chip and ChIP-seq data analysis workflow. ChIP-chip data (fold enrichment of immunoprecipitated material over genomic DNA) and/or ChIP-seq data are mapped to a reference genome. Control bound and unbound regions are visually inspected and validated by comparison to standard ChIP and qPCR. Genomic regions where signal is significantly greater than expected by chance (user-defined threshold) are identified as bound. Bound regions are then compared to a database of genomic elements of interest (e.g. promoters) to identify bound elements. Note that absence of detected binding from a genomic region may result from absence of complementary probes upon the array (ChIP-chip), masking of repetitive regions (ChIP-chip and ChIP-seq), or unmappable regions (ChIP-seq). ... Pol II distribution detected by ChIP, ChIP-chip, and ChIP-seq. Drosophila S2 cells were crosslinked, sonicated, and total Pol II (Rpb3) was immunoprecipitated. Pol II ChIP signal at the Tl promoter region was quantified with qPCR ...
Mapping the chromosomal locations of transcription factors, nucleosomes, histone modifications, chromatin remodeling enzymes, chaperones, and polymerases is one of the key tasks of modern biology, as evidenced by the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) Project. To this end, chromatin immunoprecipitation followed by high-throughput sequencing (ChIP-seq) is the standard methodology. Mapping such protein-DNA interactions in vivo using ChIP-seq presents multiple challenges not only in sample preparation and sequencing but also for computational analysis. Here, we present step-by-step guidelines for the computational analysis of ChIP-seq data. We address all the major steps in the analysis of ChIP-seq data: sequencing depth selection, quality checking, mapping, data normalization, assessment of reproducibility, peak calling, differential binding analysis, controlling the false discovery rate, peak annotation, visualization, and motif analysis. At each step in our guidelines we discuss some of the software
Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) allows enrichment of genomic regions which are associated with specific transcription factors, histone modifications, and indeed any other epitopes which are present on chromatin. The original ChIP methods used site-specific PCR and Southern blotting to confirm which regions of the genome were enriched, on a candidate basis. The combination of ChIP with genomic tiling arrays (ChIP-chip) allowed a more unbiased approach to map ChIP-enriched sites. However, limitations of microarray probe design and probe number have a detrimental impact on the coverage, resolution, sensitivity, and cost of whole-genome tiling microarray sets for higher eukaryotes with large genomes. The combination of ChIP with high-throughput sequencing technology has allowed more comprehensive surveys of genome occupancy, greater resolution, and lower cost for whole genome coverage. Herein, we provide a comparison of high-throughput sequencing platforms and a survey of ChIP-seq analysis tools,
We developed a method, ChIP-sequencing (ChIP-seq), combining chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) and massively parallel sequencing to identify mammalian DNA sequences bound by transcription factors in vivo. We used ChIP-seq to map STAT1 targets in interferon-γ (IFN-γ)-stimulated and unstimulated human HeLa S3 cells, and compared the methods performance to ChIP-PCR and to ChIP-chip for four chromosomes. By ChIP-seq, using 15.1 and 12.9 million uniquely mapped sequence reads, and an estimated false discovery rate of less than 0.001, we identified 41,582 and 11,004 putative STAT1-binding regions in stimulated and unstimulated cells, respectively. Of the 34 loci known to contain STAT1 interferon-responsive binding sites, ChIP-seq found 24 (71%). ChIP-seq targets were enriched in sequences similar to known STAT1 binding motifs. Comparisons with two ChIP-PCR data sets suggested that ChIP-seq sensitivity was between 70% and 92% and specificity was at least 95%.
Genome-wide assessment of protein-DNA interaction by chromatin immunoprecipitation followed by massive parallel sequencing (ChIP-seq) is a key technology for studying transcription factor (TF) localization and regulation of gene expression. Signal-to-noise-ratio and signal specificity in ChIP-seq studies depend on many variables, including antibody affinity and specificity. Thus far, efforts to improve antibody reagents for ChIP-seq experiments have focused mainly on generating higher quality antibodies. Here we introduce KOIN (knockout implemented normalization) as a novel strategy to increase signal specificity and reduce noise by using TF knockout mice as a critical control for ChIP-seq data experiments. Additionally, KOIN can identify hyper ChIPable regions as another source of false-positive signals. As the use of the KOIN algorithm reduces false-positive results and thereby prevents misinterpretation of ChIP-seq data, it should be considered as the gold standard for future ChIP-seq analyses,
Before interpreting the biological results from ChIP-chip or ChIP-seq data using the Cistrome platform, researchers can upload raw data from their microarray or sequencing facilities and then preprocess those data using Cistrome peak-calling tools. Alternatively, researchers can also upload intermediate results from their own analysis tools. As illustrated in Figure 1, the peak calling step generates two types of intermediate files: peak location files (in BED format), indicating the predicted transcription factor binding sites or histone modification sites, and signal profile files (in WIGGLE format) of binding or histone modification across the genome.. Several methods can be used to import data into Cistrome. The Upload File function can import a file from the users computer or from an HTTP or FTP file server in the same manner as in Galaxy. In most cases, sequencing facilities will manage the low level base calling and read mapping processes. The least processed Cistrome data formats that ...
Background Context-dependent transcription factor (TF) binding is one reason for differences in gene expression patterns between different cellular states. Chromatin immunoprecipitation followed by high-throughput sequencing (ChIP-seq) identifies genome-wide TF binding sites for one particular context-the cells used in the experiment. But can such ChIP-seq data predict TF binding in other cellular contexts and is it possible to distinguish context-dependent from ubiquitous TF binding? Results We compared ChIP-seq data on TF binding for multiple TFs in two different cell types and found that on average only a third of ChIP-seq peak regions are common to both cell types. Expectedly, common peaks occur more frequently in certain genomic contexts, such as CpG-rich promoters, whereas chromatin differences characterize cell-type specific TF binding. We also find, however, that genotype differences between the cell types can explain differences in binding. Moreover, ChIP-seq signal intensity and peak ...
We propose to apply the emerging technology of Chromatin Immunoprecipitation on microarrays (ChIP chip) to identify the direct targets of transcription factors (TFs) known to be involved in breast and colon cancers. During the R21 phase of the project, we plan to identify these targets using a newly developed set of oligonucleotide microarrays that contain 15 million 50mer probes that tile through the non-repetitive sequence of the human genome at 100 bp resolution. We will validate that our ChIP chip protocols work with this new tiling array set. We will also develop and refine two new protocols, microarray reuse and 4-color hybridizations, that will allow economical use of this tiling array set so that it will be a more practical tool for research labs. In the R33 phase of this project, we will use this tiling array set to identify the direct targets of 9 TFs known to be involved in breast and colon cancers. Once we have collected the direct targets of these TFs, we will develop custom arrays ...
Amplification problem in DNA isolated after ChIP experiment, - posted in Genetics and Genomics: I am trying to work out a ChIP experiment. After my ChIP experiment, the DNA I am getting in INPUT is showing problem with amplification. In an RT PCR experiment when I am taking 1ul of this INPUT DNA, It shows a CT value of 36. While on increasing the volume of INPUT dna to 4ul in RT PCR, it does not even get amplified in 40 cycles. I am using diagenode Ipure kit for DNA isol...
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In this protocol, we explain how to run ab initio motif discovery in order to gather putative transcription factor binding motifs (TFBMs) from sets of genomic regions returned by ChIP-seq experiments. The protocol starts from a set of peak coordinates (genomic regions) which can be either downloaded from ChIP-seq databases, or produced by a peak-calling software tool. We provide a concise description of the successive steps to discover motifs, cluster the motifs returned by different motif discovery algorithms, and compare them with reference motif databases. The protocol is documented with detailed notes explaining the rationale underlying the choice of options. The interpretation of the results is illustrated with an example from the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana ...
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His main focus is Genetics and Epigenetics profiling of MDS patients. He is an expert in DNA methylation analysis, Chromatin Immuno-precipitation, Next generation sequencing, Pyrosequencing and other molecular biology techniques. Mohsen is involved in high through put mutation analysis of MDS patients using targeted sequencing by Haloplexä technology.. ...
T-PIC :: DESCRIPTION T-PIC (Tree shape Peak Identification for ChIP-Seq) is a free software for determining DNA/protein binding sites from a ChIP-Seq experiment. ::DEVELOPER Valerie Hower :: SCREENSHOTS N
The ChIP-Seq Web Server provides access to a set of useful tools performing common ChIP-Seq data analysis tasks, including positional correlation analysis, peak detection, and genome partitioning into signal-rich and signal-poor regions. Users can analyse their own data by uploading mapped sequence tags in various formats, including BED and BAM. The server also provides access to hundreds of publicly available data sets such as ChIP-seq data, RNA-seq data (i.e. CAGE), DNA-methylation data, sequence annotations (promoters, polyA-sites, etc.), and sequence-derived features (CpG, phastCons scores ...
I would like to perform a ChIP-seq on primary cells (FACS sorted). However, I can get only a limited number of cells per mouse (~3000/mouse). So Id end up with 20,000 cells, is that enough for ChIP-seq? How about reproducibility? I read the paper from the Myers lab, they used 50ng DNA and amplified it. 20,000 cells should give me ~200ng DNA, that might work. Has anyone experience with small cell numbers for ChIP-seq? Is there a protocol or article describing ChIP-seq on small number of sorted cells ...
Chromatrap®, a business unit of Porvair Sciences, has published a new application note that describes how Chromatrap® ChIP-seq assays now enable unbiased, genome-wide understanding of protein-DNA regulatory networks.  Genome-wide mapping of protein-DNA interactions is essential for a complete understanding of gene regulation. A detailed map of epigenetic marks and transcription factor binding is necessary for deducing the regulatory networks that underpin gene expression in a variety of biological systems. The most widely used tool for examining these interactions is ChIP followed by massively parallel sequencing (ChIP-seq). The new application note reports on how...
a) Pairwise scatterplots comparing standard ChIP-seq and ChIPmentation for H3K4me1, H3K4me3, H3K27ac, H3K27me3, and H3K36me3. (b) Peak overlap calculated as the percentage of top-X% peaks in one method that overlap with peaks in the other method. (c) Composite plot for the distribution of histone marks along all genes, shown separately for standard ChIP-seq (left) and ChIPmentation (right). Chromatin accessibility obtained by ATAC-seq is shown in black. (d) Fraction of reads in peaks (FRiP) and number of peaks called from standard ChIP-seq (left) and ChIPmentation (right) data for all sequenced libraries. Note that the sequencing depth varies between replicates (Supplementary Table 1). ...
In ligation-based kits, a pre-PCR clean-up step is required to remove adapter dimers. The DNA SMART ChIP-Seq Kit does not use ligation, and high-quality ChIP-seq libraries can be obtained without size selection. However, specific applications, such as identification of transcription factor binding sites, may benefit from stringent size selection. We have found that pre-PCR size selection reduces the complexity of the final library, with increased PCR duplicates (see our tech note for more information). Our single-tube workflow allows for size selection and clean-up following the PCR step, and our protocol provides guidance for more or less stringent size selection. We have found that the basic protocol (Option 1) removes larger PCR fragments (that do not cluster well) without compromising library complexity.. ...
The calling card method provides an accurate and reproducible way to detect transcription factor binding that is orthogonal to ChIP and may be useful for analysis of the many TFs that appear to be recalcitrant to ChIP analysis (perhaps due to poor antibody quality).. While many calling card clusters show high concordance with ChIP-seq peaks, there are a number of peaks discordant between the two methods. Other orthogonal methods for measuring genomic data can generate disparate results at certain loci; for example, DNA methylation assayed by bisulfite-based sequencing methods and by immunoprecipitation enrichment methods yield similar, but not identical, results, particularly in terms of quantification (Harris et al. 2010). Of principal concern is the constraint on piggyBac to insert almost exclusively at the sequence TTAA, which can prevent the TF-PBase from recording its visit to regions devoid of that tetranucleotide. We observed ∼1% PB insertions at non-TTAA sites, raising the prospect of ...
chipchipnorm 1.0.1 :: DESCRIPTION chipchipnorm (ChIP-chip normalization) is a R package that can be incorporated into the normalization workflow for chip-chip data, chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) with microarra
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This project will focus on two pan-animal signaling pathways, Wnt and TGF-beta, which are involved in a variety of developmemtal processes, such as symmetry breaking during embryonic development, axial patterning and regeneration. The techniques to be used include investigation of protein localization, protein-protein interactions and Chip-Seq (chromatin immunoprecipitation and sequencing). Project open to PhD students and Postdocs.
Immunoprecipitation and Western blot analysis. a. Immunoprecipitation: lung extract from E15.5 wild-type embryos was used for immunoprecipitation using Smad2 an
TY - JOUR. T1 - Genome-wide analysis of the chromatin composition of histone H2A and H3 variants in mouse embryonic stem cells. AU - Yukawa, Masashi. AU - Akiyama, Tomohiko. AU - Franke, Vedran. AU - Mise, Nathan. AU - Isagawa, Takayuki. AU - Suzuki, Yutaka. AU - Suzuki, Masataka G.. AU - Vlahovicek, Kristian. AU - Abe, Kuniya. AU - Aburatani, Hiroyuki. AU - Aoki, Fugaku. PY - 2014/3/21. Y1 - 2014/3/21. N2 - Genome-wide distribution of the majority of H2A and H3 variants (H2A, H2AX, H2AZ, macroH2A, H3.1, H3.2 and H3.3) was simultaneously investigated in mouse embryonic stem cells by chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing. Around the transcription start site, histone variant distribution differed between genes possessing promoters of high and low CpG density, regardless of their expression levels. In the intergenic regions, regulatory elements were enriched in H2A.Z and H3.3, whereas repeat elements were abundant in H2A and macroH2A, and H3.1, respectively. Analysis of H2A and H3 variant ...
BayesPeak - Bayesian Analysis of ChIP-seq Data, This package is an implementation of the BayesPeak algorithm for peak-calling in ChIP-seq data.. ChIPpeakAnno - Batch annotation of the peaks identified from either ChIP-seq, ChIP-chip experiments or any experiments resulted in large number of chromosome ranges.. Chipseq - A package for analyzing chipseq data. Tools for helping process short read data for chipseq experiments. ChIPseqR - ChIPseqR identifies protein binding sites from ChIP-seq and nucleosome positioning experiments. The model used to describe binding events was developed to locate nucleosomes but should flexible enough to handle other types of experiments as well.. ChIPsim - A general framework for the simulation of ChIP-seq data. Although currently focused on nucleosome positioning the package is designed to support different types of experiments.. DESeq - Differential gene expression analysis based on the negative binomial distribution. Estimate variance-mean dependence in count ...
With the microarray technology rapidly advanced, tiling arrays have quickly become one of the most powerful tools in genome-wide investigations. High density tiling arrays [1] can be used to address many biological problems such as transcriptome mapping, protein-DNA interaction mapping (ChIP-chip) and array CGH among others [2]. ChIP-chip [3], the focus of the paper, is a technique that combines chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) with microarray technology (chip). It allows efficient, scalable and comprehensive identification of binding sites and profiles of DNA-binding proteins [4]. High density ChIP-chip tiling arrays not only help us map the binding sites of a protein in the genome, but also allow us to better understand the binding events of the protein by clearly displaying the binding occupancy profiles. Several methods have been proposed to analyze the ChIP-chip data; for example, Joint Binding De-convolution (JBD) [5] uses a probabilistic graphical model to improve spatial resolution ...
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) have been associated with many aspects of human development and disease, and many non-coding SNPs associated with disease risk are presumed to affect gene regulation. We have previously shown that SNPs within transcription factor binding sites can affect transcription factor binding in an allele-specific and heritable manner. However, such analysis has relied on prior whole-genome genotypes provided by large external projects such as HapMap and the 1000 Genomes Project. This requirement limits the study of allele-specific effects of SNPs in primary patient samples from diseases of interest, where complete genotypes are not readily available. In this study, we show that we are able to identify SNPs de novo and accurately from ChIP-seq data generated in the ENCODE Project. Our de novo identified SNPs from ChIP-seq data are highly concordant with published genotypes. Independent experimental verification of more than 100 sites estimates our false discovery rate at
EZ-Magna ChIP™ HiSens Chromatin Immunoprecipitation Kit Single day chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) kit containing all necessary reagents to enable ChIP from low input amounts of chromatin obtained from either cells or tissues using magnetic A/G beads. Control primers included. - Find MSDS or SDS, a COA, data sheets and more information.
Chromatin immunoprecipitation followed by genome-wide chip hybridization (ChIP-chip), provides a tool for identifying transcription factor (TF) binding sites in the upstream regulatory regions of genes that are differentially expressed in alternative phenotypes or under different environmental conditions (Sun et al. 2010; Qin et al. 2011; Vernes et al. 2011; Yu et al. 2011; Cho et al. 2012; Kwon et al. 2012; Federowicz et al. 2014). By combining ChIP-chip hybridization analyses with mutational analyses and genome-wide transcription profiling, transcriptional networks regulating phenotypic transitions and the expression of alternative phenotypes can be developed (Sun et al. 2010; Qin et al. 2011; Vernes et al. 2011; Wang et al. 2011; Cho et al. 2012; Kwon et al. 2012; Federowicz et al. 2014). However, while ChIP-chip analyses provide the locations of binding sites, they do not assess functionality (Anderson et al. 1989; Li et al. 2008; Cooke et al. 2009; Ucar et al. 2009; Qin et al. 2011; Carey ...
Peak calling is a fundamental step in the analysis of data generated by ChIP-seq or similar techniques to acquire epigenetics information. Current peak callers are often hard to parameterise and may therefore be difficult to use for non-bioinformaticians. In this paper, we present the ChIP-seq analysis tool available in CLC Genomics Workbench and CLC Genomics Server (version 7.5 and up), a user-friendly peak-caller designed to be not specific to a particular *-seq protocol. We illustrate the advantages of a shape-based approach and describe the algorithmic principles underlying the implementation. Thanks to the generality of the idea and the fact the algorithm is able to learn the peak shape from the data, the implementation requires only minimal user input, while still being applicable to a range of *-seq protocols. Using independently validated benchmark datasets, we compare our implementation to other state-of-the-art algorithms explicitly designed to analyse ChIP-seq data and provide an evaluation
Background TF-TFBS-TFT triplets -Transcription factors(TF) regulate transcription factor target(TFT) through binding to transcription factor DNA binding sites(TFBS).
This function reads in transcription factor information given the selected transcription factor target gene database. The information is downloaded via the AnnotationHub package and merged, if necessary.
Chromatrap® offers a one-of-a-kind solid state patented technology, which is characterized by unmatched sensitivity. This makes it possible for users to perform Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) assays using only 1000 cells per immunoprecipitation.
Chromatin Immunoprecipitation determines the in vivo chromatin binding sites of a transcription factor or other protein of interest. ...
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1) Any replication of the Lin et al. paper needs to include both RNA profiling and ChIP-seq experiments. The Lin et al. paper has been quite controversial and was based in very large part on ChIP-seq data and its interpretation. Many of the conclusions were based on very subtle changes in data profiles. Subsequently, two papers were published in Nature (Walz et al. and Sabo et al.) that challenge the global claims of Lin et al. In both papers, the authors worked hard to accumulate comprehensive ChIP-seq and RNA expression data in carefully designed experimental systems. While some aspects of the Lin et al. paper may be correct, both Nature papers conclude that there is a set of defined target genes that are far more Myc responsive than others. Hence, reproducing only a subset of the Lin et al. experiments is unlikely to add anything new or resolve controversial claims.. The authors do not propose to reproduce the critical ChIP-seq data and they do not propose any analysis of RNAPII profiles that ...
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BIC/miR-155 expression is not necessarily regulated by FoxP3.(A) Schematic overview of the ChIP-Seq analysis workflow. Genomic loci of all significantly and rep