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e.g.:  Junb, FOXP1, CTCF
   
Use TF binding data from a specific sample.
What is TFSyntax?

    TFSyntax is an open access and comprehensive database of transcription factors (TFs) binding syntax in mammalian genomes. It mainly focuses on the rules how TFs bind to enhancers with the context of other partners and how TFs cooperate with each other. Besides genome-wide TF binding profile, TFSyntax also presents the TF binding syntax in terms of TF positional preference, density preference and TF colocalization map within regulatory elements. more

Statistics of TFSyntax
 
Human
Mouse
Transcription factors
1,299
890
Position Weight Matrices
4,097
3,359
Samples
187
195
Regulatory elements
33M
27M
Footprinting
27M
18M
Motifs
1,507M
607M
TFs with ChIP-Seq
767
374
Updates
   More ...
[2022-09-07] A video tutorial about TFSyntax was released.
[2022-09-05] ChIP-Seq data were included as supportive evidence.
[2022-05-31] JBrowse was integrated to view genome-wide TF binding profile (including motifs and footprinting) and regulatory elements in each sample.

© TFSyntax 2022. This application is designed & developed by Yongbing Zhao.