Benoit Ballester

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0834-7135
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Enhancers,

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Benoit Ballester (2015-03-05)

ChiP-seq,

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Benoit Ballester (2015-03-05)

Genomics,

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Benoit Ballester (2015-03-05)

Transcription factors

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Benoit Ballester (2015-03-05)

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An integrative ChIP-seq analysis of regulatory elements

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Benoit Ballester (2015-03-05)

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Benoit Ballester (2015-03-05)

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Elsevier - Mendeley (2017-02-28)

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ResearcherID: N-6127-2016

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ResearcherID (2016-09-21)

Biography

My research focuses on the analysis of non-coding regions of the human genome using high-throughput sequencing data such as (ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, ChIA-PET, DNase-seq, MNAse-seq). I am interested in understanding how the so called non-coding genome play a central role in gene regulation. This previously "junk-dna" is currently seen as playing a key and extremely complex role in our genome. How those yet un-annotated regulatory elements can shape the expression and the dynamics of our genomes is the main goal of my work. To address that we first created a catalogue of regulatory elements by integrating hundreds of public TF ChIP-seq experiments as well as Encode data. This allow us to observe a complex landscape of regulatory elements (Enhancers/CRMs) in the human genome.

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