Figure 2.

Analysis of the ETS1 ChIP-seq dataset. (A) The ChIPseeqerAnnotate module outputs the distribution of the ETS1 binding peaks in gene parts, as well as several lists of peaks that were found in a specific gene part (e.g., promoters, exons, introns). (B) The occurrence of specific motifs among the ETS1 peaks is shown, after using ChIPseeqerMotifMatch. The underlined motifs represent transcription factors of the ETS domain. (C) Unsupervised motif discovery, using ChIPseeqerFIRE, reveals multiple motifs that derive from the same regions. The fraction of ETS1 peaks containing at least one instance of each motif is given, with the expected frequency of the motif in the random regions given in the parentheses.

Giannopoulou and Elemento BMC Bioinformatics 2011 12:277   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-12-277
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