Malik Alawi (UKE), Ceren Saygi (UKE) (External Partner)
16th July 2019
Center for Bioinformatics Hamburg, Bundesstrasse 43, 20146 Hamburg, Room 18
- Short introduction to ChIP and sequencing
- Quality assessment and control of sequence reads
- Aligning reads to a reference assembly (mapping)
- Peak calling
- Associating peaks with genes and other genomic features (peak annotation)
- Motif detection
Hands-on exercises performed during this one-day workshop will enable participants to perform ChIP-seq data analyses on the Linux command line.
A basic understanding of the Linux command line and the (biological) ChIP-seq method are required to attend this course.
Fastqc, trimmomatic, bowtie, macs2, homer, igv