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TitleEscape from X chromosome inactivation occurs within topologically associated domains
Study TypeOther
Abstract The spatial proximity between regulatory elements and their target genes has a profound affect on gene expression. X Chromosome Inactivation (XCI) is an epigenetic process by which an entire chromosome is rendered, for the most part, transcriptionally silent. A few genes are known to escape XCI and .. [more]
Center NameGEO