Mouse genome browser track hub

 
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Maps of PRC2 recruitment

A track data hub has been generated providing access to Veenstra lab chromatin state maps of mouse embryonic stem cells (E14 ESC) and Mtf2 mutant (gene trap) cells. The data include ChIP-sequencing tracks of histone modifications (H3K4me3, H3K27me3) and Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 (PRC2) subunits (EZH2, MTF2).


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Track hub instructions

The data can be browsed using a track data hub for the UCSC browser. Do the following to use this track hub:

  1. Visit the UCSC genome browser (mm10)
  2. Click the button "track hubs"
  3. Select the tab "My Hubs"
  4. Copy-paste the following URL in the text box:
    http://trackhub.science.ru.nl/hubs/mouse_veenstra/hub.txt
  5. Click "Add Hub"
  6. The newly added trackhub and its corresponding genome should be the default in the Genome Browser Gateway (home) page of the UCSC browser.
  7. If the track hub is not selected, or to select the trackhub again among previously loaded trackhubs: In the genome browser, click the top menu item "Genomes" to go to the Genome Browser Gateway page. To the left, under "Represented speces" the track hub "G.J.Veenstra mm10 trackhub" should be listed. Click it to select the trackhub.
  8. Click "Go" to move to a position in the genome.
  9. Browse the genome or modify track settings (right click on the track, or use track controls under main graphic)
The track hub contains data for the following genome assemblies:

Genome data publications

Perino M., G. van Mierlo, I.D. Karemaker, S. van Genesen, M. Vermeulen, H. Marks, S.J. van Heeringen, G.J.C. Veenstra. 2018. MTF2 recruits Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 by helical shape-selective DNA binding. Nature Genetics, 2018/05/29 (doi: 10.1038/s41588-018-0134-8).
www Nature Genetics          download Springer Nature SharedIt Online access          data NCBI GSE GSE94300          tracks UCSC track hub
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