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See examples of Zeste binding regions derived from a ChIP Chip experiment.
|Affymetrix's unmodified bpmap file, dmel release 3.1, pre 7G||antiSense.bpmap.bz2|
|A BLAST filtered bpmap file, dmel release 4.0, pre 7G||antiSenseBlastFilteredRel4.0.bpmap.bz2|
|A BLAST scored bpmap file, dmel release 4.0, pre 7G||antiSenseBlastScoredRel4.0.bpmap.bz2|
|A MUMMER filtered/ remapped bpmap file, dmel release 4.0, for 7G||antiSenseMumFiltered7GRel4.0.bpmap.bz2|
|Combine GFF3 gene annotation, dmel release 4.0||dmel4.0Annotation.gff3.bz2|
|A gold standard list of CG genes with verified cDNAs||goldStandardCGGeneList.txt.bz2|
|Fasta chromosome files, dmel release 4.0||Dmel4.0ChromFiles.tar.bz2|
|Precomputed Windowed BPMapFiles (needed by many TiMAT applications)||7G-675bp Pre7G-675bp|
|Affymetrix's binary bpmap to text bpmap-like conversion tool (Windows)||ProbeExporterV2.zip|
|Affymetrix's binary cel to text cel conversion tool (Windows)||CelFileConversion.zip|
|TiMAT Java Source Code||SourceCode.zip|
|TiMAT Java Docs||JavaDocs.tar.bz2|
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