Used to reveal the genomic features most significantly targeted by genetic predispositions to a given disease.
Used to reveal if a particular single nucleotide variant can alter the chromatin binding affinity for a transcription factor.
Used to identify Single Nucleotide Variants (either SNPs or mutations) that alter the binding affinity of transcription factors based on ChIP-seq data.
Used to delineate correlation between two distinct genomic coordinates, inferring physical and or functional interaction.
CREAM is a method for identification of clusters of genomic regions within chromosomes, including of "Cluster of Regulatory Elements/Super-enhancers, Large Organized Chromatin Lysine (K) modification domains (LOCKs), etc) .