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hi all!

I have done chipseq for finding TF binding sites in the target genes.

Now I want to see which other factors can be near to that factor? I am using TRANSFAC but i dont know how i should proceed using bioinformatics tools?????
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I want to develop a promoter achitecture surrounding the binding sites of that factor. e.g.
what other factors most probably comes and work toghter with that etc.
what tool I should use??
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