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ChIP Sequencing

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Metadata information about Chromatin immunoprecipitation with sequencing (ChIP-seq) experiment/project. ChIP-seq identifies genome-wide DNA binding sites for transcription factors and other proteins.
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05/23/2022
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05/26/2022
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported
experiment_id Integer Required ID for the Experiment/settings/run
cellid String 4,000 Recommended Unique identifier of cells
samplesubtype Integer Recommended Subtype of sample, whether it is cells, nuclei, or bulk 1::3 1=Cell; 2=Nucleus; 3=Bulk
libraryid String 4,000 Recommended Library ID as provided by the lab
gen_software String 4,000 Recommended Name of the software used on sequencing platform
softwareversion String 4,000 Recommended Version number of the software used
referenceset Integer Recommended A set of references (e.g., canonical assembled contigs) which defines a common coordinate space for comparing reference-aligned experimental data 1::5; -99 1=1000 Genomes phase 3; 2=GRCh38; 3=GRCh37; 4=MMUL1.0; 5=HRC; -99=Other
otherreferenceset String 4,000 Recommended A set of references (e.g., canonical assembled contigs) which defines a common coordinate space for comparing reference-aligned experimental data
librarybatch String 4,000 Recommended Batch library was prepared in
sequencingbatch String 4,000 Recommended Batch library was sequenced in
libraryselection Integer Recommended The general strategy by which the library was prepared 1::37; -88; -99 1=Random; 2=PCR Random PCR; 3=RT-PCR; 4=HMPR; 5=MF; 6=repeat fractionation; 7=size fractionation; 8=MSLL; 9=cDNA; 10=cDNA random priming; 11=cDNA oligo-dT; 12=PolyA; 13=Oligo-dT; 14=Inverse rRNA; 15=ChIP; 16=MNase; 17=DNase; 18=Hybrid selection; 19=Reduced representation; 20=Restriction digest; 21=5-methylcytidine antibody; 22=MBD2 protein methyl-CpG binding domain; 23=CAGE; 24=RACE; 25=MDA; 26=padlock probes capture method; 27=cell hashing; 28=DHA library construction; 29=EndItDNAEndRepairKit; 30=KapaHyperPrep; 31=IncRNAenrichment; 32=MULTIseq; 33=PCR-free; 34=rRNA depletion; 35=SPLITseq; 36=STARRseq; 37=SureCell; -99=Other; -88=Unspecified
libraryconstructionprotocol Integer Recommended Method used to construct the sequence library 1::30; -99 1=SMART-seq; 2=SMART-seq2; 3=SMART-seq3; 4=SMART-seq4; 5=STRT-seq; 6=STRT-seq-C1; 7=STRT-seq-2i; 8=Quartz-seq; 9=Quartz-seq2; 10=CEL-seq; 11=CEL-seq2; 12=10x Chromium Single Cell 3' V3 FeatureBarcoding; 13=10x Chromium Single Cell 3' V2 and V3 GE; 14=10x Chromium Single Cell 3' V1 GE; 15=10x Chromium Single Cell 5' VDJ; 16=10x Chromium Single Cell 5' GE; 17=SureCell 3' WTA for ddSEQ; 18=MARS-seq / MARS-seq2.0; SCRB-seq / mcSCRB-seq; 18=Drop-seq / Seq-Well; 19=scifi-RNA-seq; 20=Microwell-seq; 21=BD Rhapsody; 22=sci-RNA-seq3; 23=sci-RNA-seq; 24=Seq-Well S3; 25=Tang 2009; 26=SPLiT-seq; 27=inDrop; 28=NEBNext; 29=NexteraXT; 30=Omni-ATAC; -99=Other
otherlibraryconstructprotocol String 4,000 Recommended Other type of library construction protocol not listed otherlibraryconstructionprotocol
librarysource Integer Recommended The type of source material that is being sequenced 1; 2; -99 1=Genomic; 2=Genomic single cell; -99=Other
otherlibrarysource String 4,000 Recommended Other library source not listed
readlength Float Recommended The length of the read
librarylayout Integer Recommended If the library is paired-end or single-end 1; 2 1=Single; 2=Paired-end
totalreads Integer Recommended Total number of sequencing reads from a library
numbercells Integer Recommended Number of cells or nuclei sequenced
readstrandorigin Integer Recommended The strand from which the read originates in a strand-specific protocol 1; 2 1=Forward; 2=Reverse
isstranded Integer Recommended Whether or not the library is stranded. 0; 1 0=No; 1=Yes
assaytarget Integer Recommended Target of the assay 1::103; -99 1=ARID1B; 2=ARID3A; 3=ARNT; 4=ASCL1; 5=ASH1L; 6=ASH2L; 7=ATF7; 8=BCL11A; 9=BHLHE40; 10=BHLHE41; 11=BMI1; 12=BRCA1; 13=BRD4; 14=CC2D1A; 15=CHD4; 16=CLOCKCREB1; 17=CREM; 18=CTCF; 19=DEAF1; 20=DPF2; 21=EED; 22=EGR1; 23=EHMT2; 24=E2F1; 25=EWSR1; 26=EZH2; 27=FOXK2; 28=FOXP1GABPB1; 29=GATA4; 30=GATAD2A; 31=GATAD2B; 32=GMEB1; 33=H3K27ac; 34=H3K27me3; 35=H3K36me3; 36=H3K4me1; 37=H3K4me3; 38=H3K9ac; 39=H3K9me3; 40=HCFC1; 41=HNRNPK; 42=IE_V1-V3; 43=Input; 44=KAT2B; 45=KDM4A; 46=KLF16; 47=KLF5; 48=MAZ; 49=MEF2A; 50=MEIS2; 51=MITF; 52=NCOA2; 53=NCOR1; 54=NEUROD1; 55=NFIB; 56=NFIC; 57=NONO; 58=NR2F1; 59=NRF1; 60=NR2F2; 61=NR3C1; 62=OLIG2; 63=PKNOX1; 64=Pol2; 65=RAD21; 66=RB1; 67=RELB; 68=REST; 69=SATB2; 70=SIN3A; 71=SIN3B; 72=SIRT1; 73=SIX4; 74=SKIL; 75=SMARCA5; 76=SMC3; 77=SOX8; 78=P1; 79=SP4; 80=SRF; 81=SREBP2; 82=TAF1; 83=TBR1; 84=TCF12; 85=TCF7L2; 86=TDP43; 87=TRIM28; 88=YBX1; 89=YBX3; 90=YY1; 91=ZBTB7B; 92=ZEB1; 93=ZEB2; 94=ZFP91; 95=ZHX1; 96=ZKSCAN1; 97=ZNF143; 98=ZNF207; 99=ZNF24; 100=ZNF318; 101=ZNF384; 102=ZNF407; 103=ZNF592; -99=Other
otherassaytarget String 4,000 Recommended Other assay target
antibody String 4,000 Recommended Name of the antibody used in the assay
gen_vendor String 4,000 Recommended Commercial or institutional source of a component used in an assay
catalognumber String 4,000 Recommended The identifier assigned to a product, usually in the list of products published by a reseller or manufacturer
lotnumber String 4,000 Recommended A distinctive alpha-numeric identification code assigned by the manufacturer or distributor to a specific quantity of manufactured material or product within a batch
antibodyamount Float Recommended Amount of antibody used for an assay
antibodyamountunits String 4,000 Recommended Units of measure for the amount of antibody used for an assay
chromatinamount Float Recommended Amount of chromatin used for an assay
chromatinamountunits String 4,000 Recommended Units of measure for the amount of chromatin used for an assay
data_file1 File Recommended Data file 1
data_file1_type String 300 Recommended type of data file 1
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