The Human Epigenome Browser at Washington University

  title={The Human Epigenome Browser at Washington University},
  author={Xin Zhou and Brett B. Maricque and Mingchao Xie and Daofeng Li and Vasavi Sundaram and Eric A. Martin and Brian C Koebbe and Cydney B. Nielsen and Martin Hirst and Peggy J. Farnham and Robert M. Kuhn and Jingchun Zhu and Ivan Smirnov and W. James Kent and David Haussler and Pamela A. F. Madden and Joseph F. Costello and Ting Wang},
  journal={Nature Methods},
To the Editor: Advances in next-generation sequencing have reshaped the landscape of genomic and epigenomic research. Large consortia such as the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements, the Roadmap Epigenomics Mapping Consortium and The Cancer Genome Atlas have generated tens of thousands of sequencingbased genome-wide datasets, creating a reference and resource for the scientific community. Small groups of researchers now can rapidly obtain huge volumes of genomic data, which need to be placed in the… CONTINUE READING
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