LI/UCSD TAF1 Tracks
 
Ludwig Institute/UC San Diego TAF1 Binding in Fibroblasts tracks   (All Regulation tracks)

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LI TAF1 Signal  Ludwig Institute NimbleGen ChIP-chip Signal: TAF1 antibody, IMR90 cells  Source data version: ENCODE June 2005 Freeze
LI TAF1 Sites  Ludwig Institute NimbleGen ChIP-chip Sites: TAF1 antibody, IMR90 cells  Source data version: ENCODE June 2005 Freeze
LI TAF1 Valid  Ludwig Institute ChIP-chip Validation: TAF1 in IMR90 cells  Source data version: ENCODE June 2005 Freeze

Overview

This super-track combines related tracks of genome-wide ChIP-chip data generated by the Ludwig Institute/UC San Diego ENCODE group. These tracks show TAF1 binding in fibroblastoid (IMR90) cells as assayed by ChIP-chip using a NimbleGen microarray.

TAF1, a protein found at the start of transcribed genes, is a general transcription factor that is a key part of the pre-initiation complex found on the promoter. It is more fully known as TBP-associated factor 1 of the TFIID complex or by its molecular weight as TAF250.

The raw data from these experiments are available from GEO GSE2672.

Credits

The data for these tracks were generated at the Ren Lab, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at UC San Diego.

References

Kim TH, Barrera LO, Zheng M, Qu C, Singer MA, Richmond TA, Wu Y, Green RD, Ren B. A high-resolution map of active promoters in the human genome. Nature. 2005 Aug 11;436:876-80.