Experiment summary for ENCSR101FJS

doi:10.17989/ENCSR101FJS

Summary

Status
released
Assay
ChIP-seq (TF ChIP-seq)
Target
TBL1XR1
Biosample summary
Homo sapiens HepG2
Biosample Type
cell line
Replication type
isogenic
Description
TBL1XR1 ChIP-seq on human HepG2
Nucleic acid type
DNA
Size range
150-350
Fragmentation methods
see document
Size selection method
gel
Controls

Attribution

ENCODE3 project
Lab
Michael Snyder, Stanford
Award
U54HG006996 (Michael Snyder, Stanford)
Project
ENCODE
External resources
Aliases
michael-snyder:HepG2-TBLR1_ab24550_gaiix
Date submitted
January 30, 2014
Date released
July 7, 2014
Submitter comment
We note that this ChIP-seq experiment was performed using an antibody for which we have provided a compliant primary characterization but no secondary characterization. A secondary characterization using IP-MS was attempted, but the experiment failed. There is no remaining antibody from this lot number and therefore additional secondary characterizations cannot be attempted. However, because the replicate ChIP-seq datasets passed the ENCODE IDR ChIP-seq data quality standards, we are releasing the data to the public.
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Isogenic replicates

Isogenic replicate
Technical replicate
Summary
Biosample
Antibody
Library
11HepG2 cell lineENCBS522AAAENCAB000ALPENCLB555ADC
21HepG2 cell lineENCBS523AAAENCAB000ALPENCLB555ADD