Extended Data Figure 6: Average Hi-C contact footprint of CTCF sites. | Nature

Extended Data Figure 6: Average Hi-C contact footprint of CTCF sites.

From: Two independent modes of chromatin organization revealed by cohesin removal

Extended Data Figure 6

CTCF peaks were detected in our ChIP–seq data from TAM control cells and supported by an underlying CTCF binding motif occurrence. a, Average iteratively corrected 20-kb resolution contact map of around 42,000 CTCF peaks in TAM and ΔNipbl cells. Individual contributing snippets to the composite heatmap were oriented such that the CTCF motif points in the direction shown by the grey arrow. b, Average 20-kb resolution contact map normalized by the expected contact frequency at a given genomic separation. c, Average observed over expected contact frequency curves along ‘slices’ of the composite heatmaps depicted by dashed grey lines in b: left, insulation profile at 200 kb separation (diagonal dashed line in b); right, ‘virtual 4C’ curve (vertical dashed line in b) of the composite heatmap. d, Average 10-kb resolution observed over expected contact map centred on about 11,000 pairs of CTCF ChIP–seq peaks with convergent motif orientations separated by 200 ± 10 kb.

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