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Steroid receptor binding sites and gene regulation

The University of Adelaide
Dr Grant Buchanan (Managed by)
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Basil Hetzel Institute
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
28 Woodville Rd
Woodville South SA 5011


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The data include an analysis of genome-wide chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) sequences from breast cancer cells, as well as microarray data following treatment with different steroid hormones. The ChIP experiments identify where important estrogen, progesterone and androgen receptors associate with genomic DNA. The location of receptor binding sites along with matched expression data help elucidate how the steroids might regulate breast cancer. The raw ChIP sequencing and microarray data are analysed using specialist software, then annotated in text files and Microsoft Excel for analysis.

Data time period: 2009

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