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TADs as modular and dynamic units for gene regulation by hormones

FEBS Letters

May 28, 2015

François Le Dily, Miguel Beato

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During cell differentiation epigenetic processes permit the establishment of a cell type specific transcriptome by limiting the fraction of the genome that will be expressed. Based upon steady-state requirements and transcription factor expression, differentiated cells respond transient...read more

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TADs as modular and dynamic units for gene regulation by hormones

FEBS Letters

May 28, 2015

François Le Dily, Miguel Beato

PMID: 26012375

DOI: 10.1016/j.febslet.2015.05.026

Abstract

During cell differentiation epigenetic processes permit the establishment of a cell type specific transcriptome by limiting the fraction of the genome that will be expressed. Based upon steady-state requirements and transcription factor expression, differentiated cells respond transient...read more

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Biochemical Pathway
Biologic Segmentation
Nucleosomes
Histone antigen
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