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>> 1. PowerPoint and PDF slides available, Re: [Arabidopsis] LFY
> ChIP-Seq data set in Integrated Genome Browser (Loraine, Ann)
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> Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2012 18:26:06 +0000
> From: "Loraine, Ann" <Ann.Loraine from uncc.edu>
> Subject: PowerPoint and PDF slides available, Re: [Arabidopsis] LFY
> ChIP-Seq data set in Integrated Genome Browser
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>> It looks like the image I attached did not go through.
>> So I've posted a PowerPoint and PDF file with slides showing LFY binding
> sites near the genes mentioned in the iPlant tutorial - AGAMOUS, APETALAl,
> LMI3, etc.
>> See: http://igbquickload.org/quickload/A_thaliana_Jun_2009/LFYChIPSeq>> If you are planning to teach a lecture on ChIP-Seq or if you just want to
> see what the data look like following processing, these may be useful to
>> If you have any questions or suggestions please let me know or post to
> this list.
>> Main "take-home" messages (which may seem fairly obvious) are that the LFY
> IP samples have higher coverage (more reads) than the control and also
> that high-confidence binding sites sometimes occur within large introns in
> the target genes. This has of course been known for some time but it's
> neat to "see" it in a visualization tool.
>> Lastly, if there are ChIP-Seq data sets you would like to have access to,
> please let me know. Thanks to the resources at iPlant and to open source
> analysis tools, it is now fairly straightforward to make these data sets
> available. And hopefully we can make the processing pipelines more
> accessible through simple, easy-to-follow protocols so that if you are
> using ChIP-Seq techniques in your lab, the bioinformatics data analysis
> will be less of a bottleneck.
>> Very best wishes,
> Ann Loraine, Ph.D.
> Associate Professor
> Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics
> University of North Carolina at Charlotte
> North Carolina Research Campus
> 600 Laureate Way
> Kannapolis, NC 28081
>aloraine from uncc.edu>http://www.transvar.org>http://www.bioviz.org>http://www.uncc.edu>>>>>> On 9/1/12 1:51 PM, "Ann Loraine" <aloraine from gmail.com> wrote:
>> >Greetings all,
> >The ChIP-Seq data set from Moyroud, et al
> >(http://www.plantcell.org/content/23/4/1293.full) is now available for
> >visualization in Integrated Genome Browser, available from
> >http://bioviz.org/igb.> >
> >If you are considering using ChIP-Seq to detect transcription factor
> >binding sites, this could be a good data set for you and your students
> >to explore.
> >About the data processing steps:
> >Data were downloaded from Short Read Archive and processed using a
> >protocol adapted from iPlant Tutorial "Using iPlant Discovery
> >Environment and Atmosphere for Advanced ChIP-Seq analysis." (iPlant
> >tutorial is here: https://pods.iplantcollaborative.org/wiki/x/WBK)
> >For more information on the data processing steps or to download data
> >files, see
> >http://igbquickload.org/quickload/A_thaliana_Jun_2009/LFYChIPSeq/.> >
> >To view the data in IGB, download and launch the IGB from
> >bioviz.org/igb and open the ChIP-Seq data set folder under the Data
> >Access tab.
> >The Data set containing significantly bound regions (p value 0) is
> >named "LFY Filtered Summits."
> >Load the data by clicking the checkbox labeled "LFY Filtered Summits"
> >and change its Load Mode to "Whole Genome" to load all the regions.
> >To view read coverage graphs from the LFY IP and Control, choose data
> >sets named "LFY IP, coverage" and "Control, coverage" and click the
> >"Load Data button." To compare graphs, click the Graph Adjuster tab
> >and adjust the scales so that both graphs are shown in the same scale.
> >An example image from IGB showing coverage graphs and a significant
> >binding site near LFY known target APETALA is attached.
> >Best wishes,
> >Ann Loraine
> >UNCC Bioinformatics and Genomics
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