I'm searching for the most comprehensive source of chromatin interactions to support enhancer targets (data such like Hi-C, ChIA-PET, IM-PET, 5C, 4C, 3C, etc.) and my question according that could be split into two following parts:
On page http://epigenie.com/epigenetic-tools-and-databases/ I've found out links to two databases, but the reference to 4D Genome doesn't work. Does anybody know whether this database http://4dgenome.int-med.uiowa.edu was moved somewhere else or maybe its only internally available for U Iowa community? (I'm asking about probably exclusive access, because on Tan's lab page http://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/labs/tan/software.html only the 4DGenome has the trailing part of the link int-med.uiowa.edu (presumably this int-med strands for internal/general medicine or maybe in the sense of internal/intranet access), whereas all other services like IM-PET has its link starting with http://www.healthcare.uiowa.edu/labs/tan/.
Maybe you know even better database for chromatin interactions covering as much as possible cell lines/tissue types for GRCh38 assembly or any other whose coordinates could be easily converted, e.g. by liftOver? I need data only for human and mouse, but I would be grateful also for solely human data.
Thank you in advance for your answer.