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Given a list of human transcription factors, I would be interested in which co-activators they are often associated with.

I imagine that one could combine co-expression, pull-down, and other kinds of data to get an idea here.

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This website can be used to search for protein interactomes:

http://www.interactome-atlas.org/

might help you.

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Most eukaryotic TFs (transcription factors) are thought to act by recruiting cofactors (Reiter et al., 2017).

“Coactivators” and “corepressors,” are cofactors and these are mediators of TF effector activity.

Do you mean you need the information of cofactors?

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