Additional file 1: of Inferring condition-specific targets of human TF-TF complexes using ChIP-seq data

Supplementary Instruction for Browsing Web Interface and Supplementary Methods. Figure S1. The likelihood of TF complexes near a transcriptionally active gene. Figure S2. High-confidence and low-confidence target genes. Figure S3. SpaMo-predicted TF complexes from GATA2 and TAL1 ChIP-seq experiments in K562 cells. Figure S4. ChIP-PCR and slab gel electrophoresis against CST NFYA-USF2-predicted target genes. Figure S5. The schema of ChIP-PCR primers. Figure S6. DBCST’s partners view. Figure S7. DBCST’s network view. Figure S8. DBCST’s target genes view. Figure S9. DBCST’s upload functionality. Table S1. Statistics for the TF and ChIP-seq datasets used in the construction of DBCST for each cell line. Table S2. The intersection of TF-TF interactions predicted by TRMs and CST. Table S3. A list of PCR primers. Table S4. Dynamic TF complexes and binding motifs from K562 MYC ChIP-seq data in various conditions. Table S5. Dynamic TF complexes and binding motifs from K562 JUN ChIP-seq data in various conditions. Table S6. A partial list of the GO analysis results of target genes predicted by USF2 ChIP-seq data in the K562 cell line. (PDF 1190 kb). (DOC 2001 kb)