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Reference Epigenome: ChIP-Seq Input from Human Left Ventricle Tissue
ChIP-Seq Input from Human Left Ventricle Tissue. Sequencing was done on the Illumina HiSeq 2000 platform.


Project News:
2012/4/2:
EXPERIMENT XML file 'renlab.Input.STL001LV.01.01.experiment.xml' uploaded



alias: renlab.Input.STL001LV.01.01
expected_number_runs: 1
center_name: UCSD

STUDY_REF: The San Diego Epigenome Center
SAMPLE_DESCRIPTOR: STL001LV-01

LIBRARY
LIBRARY_NAME: AK237
LIBRARY_STRATEGY: ChIP-Seq
LIBRARY_SOURCE: GENOMIC
LIBRARY_SELECTION: RANDOM
LIBRARY_LAYOUT: SINGLE
POOLING_STRATEGY: none
LIBRARY_CONSTRUCTION_PROTOCOL: See http://bioinformatics-renlab.ucsd.edu/RenLabLibraryProtocolV1.pdf

SPOT
NUMBER_OF_READS_PER_SPOT:
READ_INDEX: 0
READ_CLASS: Application Read
READ_TYPE: Forward
BASE_COORD: 1

PLATFORM
ILLUMINA
INSTRUMENT_MODEL: Illumina HiSeq 2000
SEQUENCE_LENGTH: 36

BASE CALLS
Illumina HiSeq Control Software 1.4.8

QUALITY SCORES
Illumina HiSeq Control Software 1.4.8

ATTRIBUTES
EXPERIMENT_TYPE: ChIP-Seq Input
EXTRACTION_PROTOCOL: See http://bioinformatics-renlab.ucsd.edu/RenLabChipProtocolV1.pdf
EXTRACTION_PROTOCOL_TYPE_OF_SONICATOR: Biorupter
EXTRACTION_PROTOCOL_SONICATION_CYCLES: 80
CHIP_PROTOCOL: Input
CHIP_PROTOCOL_CHROMATIN_AMOUNT: 500 micrograms

 

 


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