Systematic identification of human SNPs affecting regulatory element activity: supplementary data

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  1. Vincent FitzPatrick
  2. Marcel de Haas
  3. Marijke Baltissen
  4. Robin van der Weide
  5. Hans Teunissen
  6. Urmo Võsa
  7. Lude Franke
  8. Elzo de Wit
  9. Michiel Vermeulen
  10. Harmen Bussemaker

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Description: Overview of material associated with manuscript J. van Arensbergen et al: Systematic identification of human SNPs affecting regulatory element activity.

License: GNU General Public License (GPL) 3.0

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Overview of material associated with manuscript J. van Arensbergen et al: Systematic identification of human SNPs affecting regulatory element activity. Publication in Nature Genetics Early version of the manuscript in bioRxiv (see the 'live' project page on OSF for a link to the published manuscript) github repos with scripts and pipeline data files: SuRE-count tables Annotated SNPs g...

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  • SuRE-count tables

    Tabular data files with SuRE counts, for 4 SuRE libraries, 2 bio reps each

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  • SuRE-signal profiles

    Bigwig data files with SuRE signal, for 4 SuRE libraries, and transfections in K562 and in HepG2

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  • SuRE-SNP table

    Tabular data file with SuRE annotation for 5919239 SNPs

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  • raQTL list

    4 text files with lists of SNPid's of significant SNPs and matched controls, for K562 and HepG2 cell lines

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