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Transcription factors play a key role in the development of a disease. ChIP-sequencing has become a preferred technique to investigate genome-wide binding patterns of transcription factors in vivo. Although this technology has led to many important discoveries, the rapidly increasing number of publicly available ChIP-sequencing datasets still remains a largely unexplored resource. Using a compendium of 144 publicly available murine ChIP-sequencing datasets in blood, we show that systematic bioinformatic analysis can unravel diverse aspects of transcription regulation; from genome-wide binding preferences, finding regulatory partners and assembling regulatory complexes, to identifying novel functions of transcription factors and investigating transcription dynamics during development.
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Tenesa, A., Archibald, A., Beard, P., Bishop, S., Bronsvoort, M., Burt, D., Freeman, T., Haley, C., Hocking, P., Houston, R., Hume, D., Joshi, A., Law, A., Michoel, T., Summers, K., Vernimmen, D., Watson, M., Wiener, P., Wilson, A., Woolliams, J., Ait-Ali, T., Barnett, M., Carlisle, A., Finlayson, H., Haga, I., Karavolos, M., Matika, O., Paterson, T., Paton, B., Pong-Wong, R., Robert, C. & Robertson, G.
1/04/12 → 31/03/17