NUCLIZE for quantifying epigenome

Generating histone modification data at single-nucleosome resolution using genuine nucleosome positions

Daoshan Zheng, Justyna Trynda, Zhifu Sun, Zhaoyu Li

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Abstract

Background: Defining histone modification at single-nucleosome resolution provides accurate epigenomic information in individual nucleosomes. However, most of histone modification data deposited in current databases, such as ENCODE and Roadmap, have low resolution with peaks of several kilo-base pairs (kb), which due to the technical defects of regular ChIP-Seq technology. Results: To generate histone modification data at single-nucleosome resolution, we developed a novel approach, NUCLIZE, using synergistic analyses of histone modification data from ChIP-Seq and high-resolution nucleosome mapping data from native MNase-Seq. With this approach, we generated quantitative epigenomics data of single and multivalent histone modification marks in each nucleosome. We found that the dominant trivalent histone mark (H3K4me3/H3K9ac/H3K27ac) and others showed defined and specific patterns near each TSS, indicating potential epigenetic codes regulating gene transcription. Conclusions: Single-nucleosome histone modification data render epigenomic data become quantitative, which is essential for investigating dynamic changes of epigenetic regulation in the biological process or for functional epigenomics studies. Thus, NUCLIZE turns current epigenomic mapping studies into genuine functional epigenomics studies with quantitative epigenomic data.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number541
JournalBMC genomics
Volume20
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 2 2019

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Keywords

  • Graph epigenome
  • Histone modification
  • Nucleosome positioning
  • NUCLIZE
  • Quantitative epigenomics

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  • Biotechnology
  • Genetics

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NUCLIZE for quantifying epigenome : Generating histone modification data at single-nucleosome resolution using genuine nucleosome positions. / Zheng, Daoshan; Trynda, Justyna; Sun, Zhifu; Li, Zhaoyu.

In: BMC genomics, Vol. 20, No. 1, 541, 02.07.2019.

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