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Extrapolating histone marks across developmental stages, tissues, and species: an enhancer prediction case study

bioRxiv

Oct 25, 2014

John Anthony Capra

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Background: Dynamic activation and inactivation of gene regulatory DNA produce the expression changes that drive the differentiation of cellular lineages. Identifying regulatory regions active during developmental transitions is necessary to understand how the genome specifies complex d...read more

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Enhancer brand
Sampling - Surgical Action
Species
Study of Epigenetics
Inactivation
Transcription Factor Binding
Functional Genomics
Evaluation
Histone Modification
Genome
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  • Extrapolating histone marks across developmental stages, tissues, and species: an enhancer prediction case study

    bioRxiv

    Oct 25, 2014

    John Anthony Capra

    PMID: 990010710

    DOI: 10.1101/010710

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    Background: Dynamic activation and inactivation of gene regulatory DNA produce the expression changes that drive the differentiation of cellular lineages. Identifying regulatory regions active during developmental transitions is necessary to understand how the genome specifies complex d...read more

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    Enhancer brand
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    Study of Epigenetics
    Inactivation
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