Data sharing
Members of the Cremins lab are committed to freely and publicly sharing data upon publication. Below links are examples of the raw sequencing data, intermediate processed files, and final peak-called lists released to publicly accessible databases such as the 4DN consortium portal or Gene Expression Omnibus database upon publication.

Code sharing
We make algorithms available to the public on the version-controlled repositories Github/Bitbucket (

Loop Calling

TAD&subTAD Calling

Cell type-specific Loop Calling

Short tandem repeat analyses

We share plasmids created in our papers via AddGene: