22 April 2011 - ENCODE data releases: UTA TFBS, UW CTCF, UNC FAIRE, RIKEN CAGE
Loc, UW Affy Exon, UW DNaseI DGF & Duke DNaseI HS
Seven tracks of ENCODE data on the GRCh37/hg19 human assembly were released in March and April from
the University of Texas at Austin (Open Chromatin), University of Washington, University of North Carolina (Open
Chromatin), RIKEN, and Duke University (Open Chromatin) ENCODE groups (6 of the tracks are new to hg19, and one is a Release 2 on hg19):
This track displays chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP-seq) evidence as part of the four Open
Chromatin track sets.
This track displays maps of genome-wide binding of the CTCF transcription factor in different cell
lines using ChIP-seq high-throughput sequencing.
This track displays Formaldehyde-Assisted Isolation of Regulatory Elements (FAIRE) evidence as part
of the four Open Chromatin track sets.
RIKEN CAGE Loc:
This track shows 5' cap analysis gene expression (CAGE) tags and clusters in RNA extracts from
different sub-cellular localizations in multiple cell lines.
UW Affy Exon:
This track displays human tissue microarray data using Affymetrix Human Exon 1.0 GeneChip.
UW DNaseI DGF (Release 2):
This track contains deep sequencing DNase data that will be used to identify sites where regulatory
factors bind to the genome (footprints).
Duke DNaseI HS:
This track displays DNaseI hypersensitivity (HS) evidence as part of the four Open Chromatin track
14 February 2011 - ENCODE data releases: Caltech RNA-seq, Broad Histone, UW Histone & SUNY RIP Tiling.
Four tracks of ENCODE data on the GRCh37/hg19 human assembly
from the Caltech, Broad/MGH, SUNY Albany and University of Washington ENCODE groups were released.
9 February 2011 - First Mouse ENCODE data release: Transcription Factor Binding Sites by ChIP-seq from Stanford/Yale
The first Mouse ENCODE data is now available on the mm9 (NCBI37) genome assembly.