CloudControl: Leveraging many public ChIP-seq control experiments to better remove background noise

@inproceedings{Hiranuma2016CloudControlLM,
  title={CloudControl: Leveraging many public ChIP-seq control experiments to better remove background noise},
  author={Naozumi Hiranuma and Scott Lundberg and Su-In Lee},
  booktitle={BCB},
  year={2016}
}
Chromatin immunoprecipitation followed by high throughput sequencing (ChIP-seq) is a widely used method to determine the binding positions of various proteins on the genome in a population of cells. A typical ChIP-seq protocol involves two experiments: one designed to capture target ChIP-seq signals ('target' experiment) and the other to capture background… CONTINUE READING