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Cell Stem Cell, ISSN 1934-5909, 12/2017, Volume 21, Issue 6, pp. 711 - 712
What exactly happens to chromatin as cells undergo an identity change? In this issue of , and offer new insights by mapping in exquisite detail chromatin... 
CELLS | ROADMAP | BINDING | CELL & TISSUE ENGINEERING | CELL BIOLOGY | Fibroblasts | Chromatin | Mice | Animals | Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells | Cellular Reprogramming
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by Mack, Stephen C and Pajtler, Kristian W and Chavez, Lukas and Okonechnikov, Konstantin and Bertrand, Kelsey C and Wang, Xiuxing and Erkek, Serap and Federation, Alexander and Song, Anne and Lee, Christine and Wang, Xin and McDonald, Laura and Morrow, James J and Saiakhova, Alina and Sin-Chan, Patrick and Wu, Qiulian and Michaelraj, Kulandaimanuvel Antony and Miller, Tyler E and Hubert, Christopher G and Ryzhova, Marina and Garzia, Livia and Donovan, Laura and Dombrowski, Stephen and Factor, Daniel C and Luu, Betty and Valentim, Claudia L.L and Gimple, Ryan C and Morton, Andrew and Kim, Leo and Prager, Briana C and Lee, John J.Y and Wu, Xiaochong and Zuccaro, Jennifer and Thompson, Yuan and Holgado, Borja L and Reimand, Jüri and Ke, Susan Q and Tropper, Adam and Lai, Sisi and Vijayarajah, Senthuran and Doan, Sylvia and Mahadev, Vaidehi and Miñan, Ana Fernandez and Gröbner, Susanne N and Lienhard, Matthias and Zapatka, Marc and Huang, Zhiqin and Aldape, Kenneth D and Carcaboso, Angel M and Houghton, Peter J and Keir, Stephen T and Milde, Till and Witt, Hendrik and Li, Yan and Li, Chao-Jun and Bian, Xiu-Wu and Jones, David T.W and Scott, Ian and Singh, Sheila K and Huang, Annie and Dirks, Peter B and Bouffet, Eric and Bradner, James E and Ramaswamy, Vijay and Jabado, Nada and Rutka, James T and Northcott, Paul A and Lupien, Mathieu and Lichter, Peter and Korshunov, Andrey and Scacheri, Peter C and Pfister, Stefan M and Kool, Marcel and Taylor, Michael D and Rich, Jeremy N
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 01/2018, Volume 553, Issue 7686, pp. 101 - 105
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CANCER DISCOVERY, ISSN 2159-8274, 10/2015, Volume 5, Issue 10, pp. 1018 - 1020
Somatic structural variants in tumor genomes can deregulate transcription through repositioning of enhancer elements. A new method, PEAR-ChIP, leverages... 
ONCOLOGY | Enhancer Elements, Genetic | Gene Rearrangement | Humans | Lymphoma, B-Cell - diagnosis | Gene Expression Regulation, Neoplastic | Lymphoma, B-Cell - genetics | Oncogenes
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by Huyghe, Jeroen R and Bien, Stephanie A and Harrison, Tabitha A and Kang, Hyun Min and Chen, Sai and Schmit, Stephanie L and Conti, David V and Qu, Conghui and Jeon, Jihyoun and Edlund, Christopher K and Greenside, Peyton and Wainberg, Michael and Schumacher, Fredrick R and Smith, Joshua D and Levine, David M and Nelson, Sarah C and Sinnott-Armstrong, Nasa A and Albanes, Demetrius and Alonso, M. Henar and Anderson, Kristin and Arnau-Collell, Coral and Arndt, Volker and Bamia, Christina and Banbury, Barbara L and Baron, John A and Berndt, Sonja I and Bézieau, Stéphane and Bishop, D. Timothy and Boehm, Juergen and Boeing, Heiner and Brenner, Hermann and Brezina, Stefanie and Buch, Stephan and Buchanan, Daniel D and Burnett-Hartman, Andrea and Butterbach, Katja and Caan, Bette J and Campbell, Peter T and Carlson, Christopher S and Castellví-Bel, Sergi and Chan, Andrew T and Chang-Claude, Jenny and Chanock, Stephen J and Chirlaque, Maria-Dolores and Cho, Sang Hee and Connolly, Charles M and Cross, Amanda J and Cuk, Katarina and Curtis, Keith R and de la Chapelle, Albert and Doheny, Kimberly F and Duggan, David and Easton, Douglas F and Elias, Sjoerd G and Elliott, Faye and English, Dallas R and Feskens, Edith J. M and Figueiredo, Jane C and Fischer, Rocky and FitzGerald, Liesel M and Forman, David and Gala, Manish and Gallinger, Steven and Gauderman, W. James and Giles, Graham G and Gillanders, Elizabeth and Gong, Jian and Goodman, Phyllis J and Grady, William M and Grove, John S and Gsur, Andrea and Gunter, Marc J and Haile, Robert W and Hampe, Jochen and Hampel, Heather and Harlid, Sophia and Hayes, Richard B and Hofer, Philipp and Hoffmeister, Michael and Hopper, John L and Hsu, Wan-Ling and Huang, Wen-Yi and Hudson, Thomas J and Hunter, David J and Ibañez-Sanz, Gemma and Idos, Gregory E and Ingersoll, Roxann and Jackson, Rebecca D and Jacobs, Eric J and Jenkins, Mark A and Joshi, Amit D and Joshu, Corinne E and Keku, Temitope O and Key, Timothy J and Kim, Hyeong Rok and Kobayashi, Emiko and Kolonel, Laurence N and Kooperberg, Charles and Kühn, Tilman and Küry, Sébastien and ...
Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 01/2019, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 76 - 87
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 07/2017, Volume 547, Issue 7663, pp. 355 - 359
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Genome Medicine, ISSN 1756-994X, 10/2014, Volume 6, Issue 10, p. 85
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