ChIP-chip: data, model, and analysis.


ChIP-chip (or ChIP-on-chip) is a technology for isolation and identification of genomic sites occupied by specific DNA-binding proteins in living cells. The ChIP-chip signals can be obtained over the whole genome by tiling arrays, where a peak shape is generally observed around a protein-binding site. In this article, we describe the ChIP-chip process and present a probability model for ChIP-chip data. We then propose a model-based method for recognizing the peak shapes for the purpose of detecting protein-binding sites. We also investigate the issue of bandwidth in nonparametric kernel smoothing method.

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@article{Zheng2007ChIPchipDM, title={ChIP-chip: data, model, and analysis.}, author={Ming Zheng and Leah O Barrera and Bing Ren and Ying Nian Wu}, journal={Biometrics}, year={2007}, volume={63 3}, pages={787-96} }