Could you please refer me to the link where can I download the chromatin state maps of C.elegans in your modENCODE paper http://www.sciencemag.org/content/330/6012/1775
At modencode.org., I found chip-seq or chip-chip data but not chromatin states.
In your 2010 modEncode paper you and your collaborators showed chromatin marks against the genetic map (figure 5). We would like to look at the genetic vs the physical map also – is there somewhere we can download a detailed genetic map?
I assume what you want isn’t in the supplement or on the paper’s data page (see links below):
Hello. I read your article in PLoS Computational Biology titled "Construction and analysis of an integrated regulatory network derived from high-throughput sequencing data". It is very interesting and nice study. I really love it!!
Would it be possible to obtain your data and networks that you have used in this article? I would like to add our own data to expand the networks.
I apologize for this sudden request, but I really would like to work with your networks.
Thank you very much for your time. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
check out modencode.org where you can download different versions of the networks.
In additional to the link sent by Mark, which provides the most
updated raw data we are using, you can also find processed regulatory
interactions here: http://archive.gersteinlab.org/proj/mirnet/
Since the data is keep being updated, the new data from modENCODE
website might be slightly different from the one used in the paper.