ChIPOTle

ChIPOTle: a user-friendly tool for the analysis of ChIP-on-chip data. ChIPOTle (Chromatin ImmunoPrecipitation On Tiled arrays) takes advantage of two unique properties of ChIP-chip data: the single-tailed nature of the data, caused by specific enrichment but not specific depletion of genomic fragments; and the predictable enrichment of DNA fragments adjacent to sites of direct protein-DNA interaction. Implemented as a Microsoft Excel macro written in Visual Basic, ChIPOTle uses a sliding window approach that yields improvements in the identification of bona fide sites of protein-DNA interaction.

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  1. Reiner-Benaim, Anat; Davis, Ronald W.; Juneau, Kara: Scan statistics analysis for detection of introns in time-course tiling array data (2014)
  2. Efromovich, Sam: Multiwavelets: theory and bioinformatic applications (2009)
  3. Knott, Simon R. V.; Viggiani, Christopher J.; Aparicio, Oscar M.; Tavaré, Simon: Strategies for analyzing highly enriched IP-chip datasets (2009) ioport
  4. Sun, Wei; Buck, Michael J.; Patel, Mukund; Davis, Ian J.: Improved chip-chip analysis by a mixture model approach (2009) ioport
  5. Toedling, Joern; Sklyar, Oleg; Huber, Wolfgang: Ringo - an R/Bioconductor package for analyzing chip-chip readouts (2007) ioport