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Methylation QTLs are associated with coordinated changes in transcription factor binding, histone modifications, and gene expression levels

bioRxiv

Jun 11, 2014

Nicholas E BanovichYoav Gilad

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DNA methylation is an important epigenetic regulator of gene expression. Recent studies have revealed widespread associations between genetic variation and methylation levels. However, the mechanistic links between genetic variation and methylation remain unclear. To begin addressing th...read more

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Methylation QTLs are associated with coordinated changes in transcription factor binding, histone modifications, and gene expression levels

bioRxiv

Jun 11, 2014

Nicholas E BanovichYoav Gilad

PMID: 990006171

DOI: 10.1101/006171

Abstract

DNA methylation is an important epigenetic regulator of gene expression. Recent studies have revealed widespread associations between genetic variation and methylation levels. However, the mechanistic links between genetic variation and methylation remain unclear. To begin addressing th...read more

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Histones
ZFHX3 protein, human
Proximal
Epigenetic Process
Study of Epigenetics
Gene Regulatory Networks
Methylation
CpG Islands
Genome Assembly Sequence
Study
25
7

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