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ChIP-on-Chip online CoCo


A web-based tool dedicated to ChIP-on-chip data visualization, analysis and knowledge storage. To support target gene assignment, CoCo integrates diverse types of meta-data, including the genomic context around the transcription factor (TF)-bound regions, in situ hybridization data indicating the tissues where neighbouring genes are expressed, and expression profiling data indicating the response of surrounding genes to different perturbations. As a specialized tool, CoCo implements several features adapted to ChIP-on-chip data visualization and provides key requirements for the management of complex analysis projects. To visualize large numbers of experiments simultaneously, the CoCo display is designed to pack essential features together, rather than stacking data in sequential tracks as in the generic data displays offered by genome browsers such as GBrowse, UCSC or Ensembl.

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European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany; European Bioinformatics Institute, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Cambridge, UK

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This work was supported by EMBL, and in part by the EU FP6 network MyoRes.

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