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The Birth of the 3D Genome during Early Embryonic Development

Trends in Genetics : TIG

Oct 8, 2018

Clemens B Hug, Juan M Vaquerizas

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The 3D structure of chromatin in the nucleus is important for the regulation of gene expression and the correct deployment of developmental programs. The differentiation of germ cells and early embryonic development (when the zygotic genome is activated and transcription is taking place...read more

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Embryo
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Genome
Three-dimensional
Regulation of Biological Process
Transcription, Genetic
Cell Nucleus
Embryonic Development
Gene Expression
Cell Differentiation Process
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The Birth of the 3D Genome during Early Embryonic Development

Trends in Genetics : TIG

Oct 8, 2018

Clemens B Hug, Juan M Vaquerizas

PMID: 30292539

DOI: 10.1016/j.tig.2018.09.002

Abstract

The 3D structure of chromatin in the nucleus is important for the regulation of gene expression and the correct deployment of developmental programs. The differentiation of germ cells and early embryonic development (when the zygotic genome is activated and transcription is taking place...read more

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Transcription, Genetic
Cell Nucleus
Embryonic Development
Gene Expression
Cell Differentiation Process
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