The links below load selected regions (including the figures from the paper) in the UCSC genome browser. They initially show seleted regions but allow you to navigate the entire genome. All of the analyses are based on the March 2006 (hg18) genome assembly.
There is a link to download the data file, some other views of the data and useful links further down.
Display of amplicon fragments. Pale grey indicates no sites for the
methylation-sensitive enzymes used in our assay
amplicon track data file ... amplicon track-ucsc browser
Amplicon fragments as above, but showing only those where in our sample
there are heterozygous (informative) SNPs.
filtered amplicon track data file ... amplicon track-ucsc browser
Ge B, Pokholok DK, Kwan T, Grundberg E, Morcos L, Verlaan DJ, Le J, Koka V, Lam KC, Gagné, Dias J, Hoberman R, Montpetit A, Joly MM, Harvey EJ, Sinnett D, Beaulieu P, Hamon R, Graziani A, Dewar K, Harmsen E, Majewski J, Göring HH, Naumova AK, Blanchette M, Gunderson KL, Pastinen T. (2009) Global patterns of cis variation in human cells revealed by high-density allelic expression analysis. Nat Genet. 41(11):1216-22.average AE data file ... AE average-ucsc browser
family 1990-data file ... family 1990-ucsc browser
family 3268-data file ... family 3268-ucsc browser
family 2436-data file ... family 2436-ucsc browser
family 5128-data file ... family 5128-ucsc browser
Ryan McDaniell, Bum-Kyu Lee, Lingyun Song, Zheng Liu, Alan P. Boyle, Michael R. Erdos, Laura J. Scott, Mario A. Morken, Katerina S. Kucera, Anna Battenhouse, Damian Keefe, Francis S. Collins, Huntington F. Willard, Jason D. Lieb, Terrence S. Furey, Gregory E. Crawford, Vishwanath R. Iyer, and Ewan Birney (2010) Signatures in Humans Science [DOI: 10.1126/science.1184655]view of ASM, AE and McDaniell data currently this shows the 'open chromatin' measures and not the allele-specific aspect.