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Neural lineage induction reveals multi-scale dynamics of 3D chromatin organization

bioRxiv

Apr 11, 2014

Aleksandra PekowskaWolfgang Huber

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Regulation of gene expression underlies cell identity. Chromatin structure and gene activity are linked at multiple levels, via positioning of genomic loci to transcriptionally permissive or repressive environments and by connecting cis -regulatory elements such as promoters and enhance...read more

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Proximal
Sarcoma, Epithelioid
Chromatin Structure
Permissiveness, Biological Function
Sequencing
Analogs & derivatives
Enhancer brand
Regulation of Physiology of Other Organism
Derivatives
Neuroma
3
30
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Neural lineage induction reveals multi-scale dynamics of 3D chromatin organization

bioRxiv

Apr 11, 2014

Aleksandra PekowskaWolfgang Huber

PMID: 990004168

DOI: 10.1101/004168

Abstract

Regulation of gene expression underlies cell identity. Chromatin structure and gene activity are linked at multiple levels, via positioning of genomic loci to transcriptionally permissive or repressive environments and by connecting cis -regulatory elements such as promoters and enhance...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Proximal
Sarcoma, Epithelioid
Chromatin Structure
Permissiveness, Biological Function
Sequencing
Analogs & derivatives
Enhancer brand
Regulation of Physiology of Other Organism
Derivatives
Neuroma
3
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