Question: Databases for genome accessibility
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7 days ago by
kimkes250 wrote:


I am looking for dnase-seq resuls for certain cell types in narrow peak format.

I tried to find results on ENCODE and UCSC with no success.

Where else should I look for it? Do you know any other databaese online?


ucs accessibility encode dnase • 76 views
ADD COMMENTlink written 7 days ago by kimkes250

You asked quite a lot of question on this recently. May I ask what your ultimate goal is, maybe there is a better solution here. Does it really need to be DNase-seq? ATAC-seq is much more prominent these days. Please also follow-up on your recent questions, upvote and accept answers if helpful.

ADD REPLYlink modified 7 days ago • written 7 days ago by ATpoint40k

you are totally right. I just upvoted answers! Thank for the comment!

I fixed my post. also ataq-seq will be great! My goal is to find experiment results for a list of cells that has accessability scores for the genome. after I have that, I will check the correlation between open areas to crispers tendanct to cut them with a certain sgRNA

ADD REPLYlink written 6 days ago by kimkes250
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