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HIPPIE: A High-Throughput Identification Pipeline for Promoter Interacting Enhancer elements

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  1. Algorithmic software suite


  1. Resource Description
    "HIPPIE is the workflow for analyzing Hi-C paired-end reads in FASTQ format and predict enhancer–target gene interactions. HIPPIE streamlines the entire processing phase including reads mapping, quality control and enhancer–target gene prediction as well as characterizing the interactions." HIPPIE can be run locally, designed to run on a high-performance computing cluster with Oracle Grid Engine, or as an Amazon Machine Image.
  2. Used by
    Wang Laboratory
  3. Data Input
    Hi-C raw reads
  4. Data Input
    Reference genome
  5. Data Output
    Candidate enhancer elements annotated with target gene symbol(s)
  6. Software purpose
    Molecular interaction analysis objective
  7. Related Publication or Documentation
    HIPPIE: A high-throughput identification pipeline for promoter interacting enhancer elements
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  9. Software license
    MIT License
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