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MINI REVIEW: Statistical methods for detecting differentially methylated loci and regions

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Jul 15, 2014

Mark D. RobinsonXiaobei Zhou

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DNA methylation, and specifically the reversible addition of methyl groups at CpG dinucleotides genome-wide, represents an important layer that is associated with the regulation of gene expression. In particular, aberrations in the methylation status have been noted across a diverse set...read more

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  • MINI REVIEW: Statistical methods for detecting differentially methylated loci and regions

    bioRxiv

    Jul 15, 2014

    Mark D. RobinsonXiaobei Zhou

    PMID: 990007120

    DOI: 10.1101/007120

    Abstract

    DNA methylation, and specifically the reversible addition of methyl groups at CpG dinucleotides genome-wide, represents an important layer that is associated with the regulation of gene expression. In particular, aberrations in the methylation status have been noted across a diverse set...read more

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    Gene Expression
    probe gene fragment
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    Genome
    cytidylyl-3'-5'-guanosine
    13
    28

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