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Sample GSM1058786 Query DataSets for GSM1058786
Status Public on Jan 10, 2013
Title ChIP-Seq Input of Fetal Intestine, Large; Histone.DS21506
Sample type SRA
 
Source name Fetal Intestine, Large primary tissue, day 108; Histone.DS21506
Organism Homo sapiens
Characteristics sample alias: fIntestine_Large.H-24595d108
sample common name: Fetal Intestine, Large
molecule: genomic DNA
disease: None
biomaterial_provider: University of Washington, Congenital Defects Lab. Ian Glass
biomaterial_type: Primary Tissue
tissue_type: Fetal Intestine, Large
tissue_depot: UW
collection_method: fetal
donor_id: H-24595
donor_age: day 108
donor_health_status: NA
donor_sex: Male
donor_ethnicity: NA
experiment_type: ChIP-Seq Input
extraction_protocol: http://www.roadmapepigenomics.org/protocols/type/experimental
extraction_protocol_type_of_sonicator: Diagenode Bioruptor
extraction_protocol_sonication_cycles: 20-40 cycles of 0.5 minute on and 0.5 minute off
chip_protocol: Input
chip_protocol_chromatin_amount: 50ng
Extracted molecule genomic DNA
Extraction protocol Library construction protocol: Single read - Illumina
 
Library strategy ChIP-Seq
Library source genomic
Library selection RANDOM
Instrument model Illumina HiSeq 2000
 
Description sample_term_id: UBERON_0000059
assay_term_id: OBI_0000716
nucleic_acid_term_id: SO_0000352
Design description: ChIP-Seq Input
Library name: Histone.DS21506
EDACC Genboree Experiment Page:
http://genboree.org/java-bin/project.jsp?projectName=XML%20Submissions%2FUniversity%20of%20Washington%2FEXPERIMENT%2FEDACC.14953
EDACC Genboree Sample Page:
http://genboree.org/java-bin/project.jsp?projectName=XML%20Submissions%2FUniversity%20of%20Washington%2FSAMPLE%2FEDACC.14913
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For data usage terms and conditions, please refer to:
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Data processing **********************************************************************

ANALYSIS FILE NAME: GSM1058786_UW.Fetal_Intestine_Large.Input.H-24595.Histone.DS21506.bed
ANALYSIS CENTER: EDACC
ANALYSIS ALIAS: Histone.DS21506-Histone.DS21506.hg19.level.1.release.9
ANALYSIS TITLE: Mapping of Fetal Intestine Large Input ChIP-Seq Data
ANALYSIS DESCRIPTION: Illumina reads produced by Input ChIP-Seq on Fetal Intestine Large, Donor H-24595, were mapped to the human genome using Pash.
ANALYSIS TYPE: REFERENCE_ALIGNMENT
EDACC Genboree Analysis Page: http://genboree.org/java-bin/project.jsp?projectName=XML%20Submissions%2FEDACC%2FANALYSIS%2FEDACC.16857
DATA_ANALYSIS_LEVEL: 1
EXPERIMENT_TYPE: ChIP-Seq
GENOME_ASSEMBLY: NCBI Build GRCh37/UCSC Build hg19
SOFTWARE: Pash
SOFTWARE_VERSION: 3.0
MAXIMUM_ALIGNMENT_LENGTH: Read length
MISMATCHES_ALLOWED: 10% of read length
ALIGNMENTS_ALLOWED: 1
TREATMENT_OF_MULTIPLE_ALIGNMENTS: If a read maps to more than 1 position it is removed from consideration.
TREATMENT_OF_IDENTICAL_ALIGNMENTS_OF_MULTIPLE_READS: If multiple reads map to the same start position on the + strand or stop position on the - strand, only a single read is retained.
ALIGNMENT_POSTPROCESSING: None
READ_EXTENSION: 200bp
RELEASE_NUMBER: Human Epigenome Atlas 9


QUALITY SCORES:
NUMBER_OF_MAPPED_READS: 33,012,427
FINDPEAKS_SCORE: 0.0022
FINDPEAKS_PERCENTILE: 6
HOTSPOT_SCORE: 0.0159
HOTSPOT_PERCENTILE: 54
IROC_SCORE: 0.0
IROC_PERCENTILE: 25
POISSON_SCORE: 0.0771
POISSON_PERCENTILE: 58
MAXIMUM_REPLICATE_CORRELATION: NA

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ANALYSIS FILE NAME: GSM1058786_UW.Fetal_Intestine_Large.Input.H-24595.Histone.DS21506.wig
ANALYSIS CENTER: EDACC
ANALYSIS ALIAS: Histone.DS21506-Histone.DS21506.hg19.level.2.release.9
ANALYSIS TITLE: Raw Signal Density Graphs of Fetal Intestine Large Input ChIP-Seq Data
ANALYSIS DESCRIPTION: Illumina Input ChIP-Seq read mappings from Fetal Intestine Large, Donor H-24595, were processed into density graphs of raw signal representing the aligned read density.
ANALYSIS TYPE: ABUNDANCE_MEASUREMENT
EDACC Genboree Analysis Page: http://genboree.org/java-bin/project.jsp?projectName=XML%20Submissions%2FEDACC%2FANALYSIS%2FEDACC.16953
DATA_ANALYSIS_LEVEL: 2
EXPERIMENT_TYPE: ChIP-Seq
GENOME_ASSEMBLY: NCBI Build GRCh37/UCSC Build hg19
SOFTWARE: In house programs and scripts
SOFTWARE_VERSION: NA
READ_EXTENSION: 200bp
TREATMENT_OF_IDENTICAL_ALIGNMENTS_OF_MULTIPLE_READS: If multiple reads map to the same start position on the + strand or stop position on the - strand, only a single read is retained.
GENOMIC_WINDOW: 20bp
TREATMENT_OF_REGIONS_PRONE_TO_MULTIPLE_ALIGNMENTS: None
RELEASE_NUMBER: Human Epigenome Atlas 9
BROWSER_TRACK_NAME: FIL Input 95 06
BROWSER_TRACK_DESCRIPTION: UW Fetal Intestine Large ChIP-Seq Input Donor H-24595 Library Histone.DS21506 EA Release 9


QUALITY SCORES:
NUMBER_OF_MAPPED_READS: 33,012,427
FINDPEAKS_SCORE: 0.0022
FINDPEAKS_PERCENTILE: 6
HOTSPOT_SCORE: 0.0159
HOTSPOT_PERCENTILE: 54
IROC_SCORE: 0.0
IROC_PERCENTILE: 25
POISSON_SCORE: 0.0771
POISSON_PERCENTILE: 58
MAXIMUM_REPLICATE_CORRELATION: NA

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Submission date Dec 31, 2012
Last update date May 15, 2019
Contact name Northwest REMC
E-mail(s) rharris1@bcm.tmc.edu
Organization name University of Washington
Street address -
City Seattle
State/province WA
ZIP/Postal code 98195
Country USA
 
Platform ID GPL11154
Series (1)
GSE18927 University of Washington Human Reference Epigenome Mapping Project
Relations
SRA SRX213511
BioSample SAMN01881599
Named Annotation GSM1058786_UW.Fetal_Intestine_Large.Input.H-24595.Histone.DS21506.wig.gz

Supplementary file Size Download File type/resource
GSM1058786_UW.Fetal_Intestine_Large.Input.H-24595.Histone.DS21506.bed.gz 522.5 Mb (ftp)(http) BED
GSM1058786_UW.Fetal_Intestine_Large.Input.H-24595.Histone.DS21506.wig.gz 51.4 Mb (ftp)(http) WIG
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