Chromatin immunoprecipitation genome wide occupancy of 4 different chromatin regulating complexes encoded in yeast
ABSTRACT: We explore the genome-wide occupancy of 4 different chromatin regulating complexes encoded in S. cerevisiae. We provide the data for histone acetyltransferases Gcn5 and Esa1 and histone deacetylases Hst1 and Rpd3/Sin3 under rich growth condition (YPD medium). We also include the occupancy data for RNA polymerase II under the same growth condition.
Chromatin regulators play fundamental roles in the regulation of gene expression and chromosome maintenance, but the regions of the genome where most of these regulators function has not been established. We explored the genome-wide occupancy of four different chromatin regulators encoded in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The results reveal that the histone acetyltransferases Gcn5 and Esa1 are both generally recruited to the promoters of active protein-coding genes. In contrast, the histone deacetyla ...[more]
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