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  • tir_al
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    I somehow doubt that the NPS will give you the results you want. I tried doing the nucleosome prediction on my H3k4me3 and H2A.z sonicated samples, and the results were almost random. If you really want the true resolution, I would recommend you to do the MNase experiment with the histone.

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  • honey
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    nucleosome position from regular chipseq

    It is a variant of H2AZ and the samples are just sonicated and are not MNase digested.

    Thanks

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  • tir_al
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    Is your data MNase digested or fragmented by sonication?

    I know that if you have H3k4me3 MNase seq, the position of individual nucleosomes can be visualized, but with sonication you just get a blob of a signal over the TSS.

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  • Running NPS (nucleososme positioning from Seq) on Chipseq data

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