Single-cell absolute contact probability detection reveals chromosomes are organized by multiple low-frequency yet specific interactions

Published: 4 February 2019| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/nh52wzvvnn.2
Marcelo Nollmann


Data used to construct Fig 3b in Nature Comms 2017 doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-01962-x, PMID: 29170434. ========================= Filenames: XYZ_early_embryo.mat,XYZ_late_embryo.mat, XYZ_S2.mat Matlab files contain the XYZ foci position for each cell in the three analysed cell types (186, 195 and 196 cells for early embryo, late embryo and S2 cells, respectively). The XYZ positions are in nanometers. Datasets Figure 1 in Cattoni, et al. Nature Comms 2017 doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-01962-x, PMID: 29170434. ============== Datasets for these figure are provided in the files: All_libraries_S2_16_11_2017.mat All_libraries_early_16_11_2017.mat All_libraries_late_embryo_16_11_2017.mat To retrieve the distance distributions, - load dataset in matlab - the structure 'Alllibraries' contains all data. - to retrieve pairwise distances (in nm) between libraries 2 and 3, do >> Alllibraries{2,3}.distances The different library combinations in the dataset are described in the file: All_libraries_content.csv have fun!


Steps to reproduce

Open .mat files in matlab. Each file contains list of XYZ coordinates in nm


CNRS Delegation Languedoc-Roussillon


Fluorescence Microscopy