E-MTAB-1648 - ChIP-seq of E2f, Max, Myb and Myc in Drosophila melanogaster S2 cells to map their genome-wide binding sites
Released on 1 August 2013, last updated on 19 May 2014
ChIP-seq for the strongest cell cycle regulator transcription factors in Drosophila Melanogaster S2 cells. These assays have been used to validate the direct transcriptional targets of the same transcription factors investigated in RNA-seq (E-MTAB-1364) and Affymetrix microarray experiments (E-MTAB-453). ChIP-seq assays have been done with tagged fusion proteins (for example, since we dont have functional E2f antibodies against endogenous E2f , we are transfecting v5-tagged-E2f-ORF to S2 cells and then use antibodies against v5 to detect the signal from E2f binding). If the ChIP-seq has been done with tagged fusion proteins (such as v5-tagged-E2f-ORF), the protein expression has been induced with CuSO4 treatment 48h prior to cell crosslinking & lysis. Our fusion protein constructs are driven by metallothionein promoter, which is induced by CuSO4. E-MTAB-1648, E-MTAB-1364 and E-MTAB-453 are all data from: Bonke M, et al. (2013) Transcriptional networks controlling the cell cycle. G3 (Bethesda) 3, 75-90, PMID: 23316440.
ChIP-seq, genetic modification design, in vivo
Transcriptional networks controlling the cell cycle. Bonke M, Turunen M, Sokolova M, Vähärautio A, Kivioja T, Taipale M, Björklund M, Taipale J. G3 (Bethesda) 3(1):75, Europe PMC 23316440