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Old 08-11-2011, 09:37 AM   #1
rahulr1485
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Default ChIP-seq peak length varies from 0 to 381

Hi all,

I am new to NGS data analysis. Recently I received my first ChIP-seq data.
Sequencing was done on SOLiD4 and mapping as well as peak calling done on CLC Genomics workbench. The 768 were peaks were called with lengths ranging from 0 to 381. There were 30 peaks with 0 length and several others had length from 1-30. I don't know what to do with the peaks of such a low length. I would be grateful to you, if you could answer some my questions.

1. What could be the reason behind this?
2. Can I use this data for further analysis like finding the closest genes, motif analysis etc.
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