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The novel CUT&Tag technique has the potential to allow single cell profiling of chromatin accessibility, histones, and TFs. This will provide novel insight into cellular heterogeneity and cell states. Discover the latest research on single cell chromatin profiling here.

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Immunity

The Transcription Factor Tox2 Drives T Follicular Helper Cell Development via Regulating Chromatin Accessibility

ImmunityNovember 17, 2019
Wei XuChen Dong
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Nature Biotechnology

Single-cell multiomic analysis identifies regulatory programs in mixed-phenotype acute leukemia

Nature BiotechnologyDecember 2, 2019
Jeffrey M. GranjaWilliam James Greenleaf
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bioRxiv

Ultra-low input single tube linked-read library method enables short-read NGS systems to generate highly accurate and economical long-range sequencing information for de novo genome assembly and haplotype phasing

bioRxivNovember 29, 2019
Zhoutao ChenMing Lei
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bioRxiv

Odd-paired is a late-acting pioneer factor coordinating with Zelda to broadly regulate gene expression in early embryos

bioRxivNovember 23, 2019
Theodora KoromilaAngelike Stathopoulos
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Scientific Reports

Prediction of Deleterious Non-synonymous SNPs of Human STK11 Gene by Combining Algorithms, Molecular Docking, and Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Scientific ReportsNovember 11, 2019
Md Jahirul IslamMohammad Abdul Halim
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bioRxiv

ATAC-seq identifies thousands of extrachromosomal circular DNA in cancers and cell lines

bioRxivNovember 16, 2019
Pankaj KumarAnindya Dutta
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bioRxiv

SparK: A Publication-quality NGS Visualization Tool

bioRxivNovember 16, 2019
Stefan Kurtenbach, J. William Harbour
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Cell Stem Cell

Hic1 Defines Quiescent Mesenchymal Progenitor Subpopulations with Distinct Functions and Fates in Skeletal Muscle Regeneration

Cell Stem CellDecember 5, 2019
R Wilder ScottTully Michael Underhill
bioRxiv

Human-specific regulatory features of brain development manifest staggering breadth of associations with physiological processes and pathological conditions of H. sapiens

bioRxivNovember 20, 2019
Gennadi V Glinsky
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bioRxiv

Transcription factors protect from DNA re-methylation during reprograming of primordial germ cells and pre-implantation embryos

bioRxivNovember 21, 2019
Isaac Kremsky, Victor G. Corcés
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bioRxiv

Profiling of chromatin accessibility across Aspergillus species and identification of transcription factor binding sites in the Aspergillus genome using filamentous fungi ATAC-seq

bioRxivNovember 27, 2019
Lianggang HuangLi Pan
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bioRxiv

A RUNX3 enhancer polymorphism associated with ankylosing spondylitis influences recruitment of Interferon Regulatory Factor 5 and factors of the Nucleosome Remodelling Deacetylase Complex in CD8+ T-cells

bioRxivNovember 6, 2019
Matteo VecellioCarla Jayne Cohen
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bioRxiv

AtacWorks: A deep convolutional neural network toolkit for epigenomics

bioRxivNovember 4, 2019
Avantika LalJason Daniel Buenrostro
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bioRxiv

Cis-regulatory analysis of Onecut1 expression in fate-restricted retinal progenitor cells

bioRxivNovember 26, 2019
Sruti PatooriMark M Emerson
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Genome Biology

EpiMethylTag: simultaneous detection of ATAC-seq or ChIP-seq signals with DNA methylation

Genome BiologyNovember 21, 2019
Priscillia LhoumaudJane A. Skok
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bioRxiv

Self-Organization of Whole Gene Expression through Coordinated Chromatin Structural Transition: Validation of Self-Organized Critical Control of Genome Expression

bioRxivNovember 25, 2019
Giovanna ZimatoreAlessandro Giuliani
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Nature Communications

Global chromatin conformation differences in the Drosophila dosage compensated chromosome X

Nature CommunicationsNovember 25, 2019
Koustav PalFrancesco F Ferrari
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bioRxiv

RNA Sequencing by Direct Tagmentation of RNA/DNA Hybrids

bioRxivNovember 15, 2019
Lin DiJian-Bin Wang
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bioRxiv

Epigenomic profiling of neuroblastoma cell lines

bioRxivNovember 4, 2019
Kristen A. UptonJo Lynne Harenza
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bioRxiv

scOpen: chromatin-accessibility estimation of single-cell ATAC data

bioRxivDecember 5, 2019
Zhi-Jian LiIvan G Costa
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