E-MTAB-1104 - ChIP-seq of human and transgenic mouse adult liver, testes & kidney tissue to investigate epigenetic comparison
Released on 21 March 2013, last updated on 3 May 2014
Homo sapiens, Mus musculus
This project aims to study human repetitive elements on human chromosome 21 (HsChr21) in a heterologous mouse environment (Tc1 mouse). The in vivo, HsChr21-wide enrichment of active histone modified regions (H3K4me3) and transcription factor binding sites was profiled by ChIP-seq in Human and Tc1 mouse tissue in order to determine the unbiased regulation of the human genome.
ChIP-seq, binding site identification, in vivo, species
Margus Lukk <email@example.com>, Benjamin J Blencowe <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Claudia Kutter, David Thybert, Dominic Schmidt, Duncan T Odom <Duncan.Odom@cancer.org.uk>, Michael D Wilson <email@example.com>, Michelle C Ward <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Nuno L Barbosa-Morais, Paul Flicek <email@example.com>, Petra C Schwalie, Qun Pan, Rory Stark, Stephen Watt