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ENDOCRINE-RELATED CANCER, ISSN 1351-0088, 11/2019, Volume 26, Issue 11, pp. R611 - R626
The 3D organization of the genome within the cell nucleus has come into sharp focus over the last decade. This has largely arisen because of the application of... 
REGULATORY INTERACTIONS | enhancer | DNA METHYLATION | ovarian cancer | SEA-URCHIN EGGS | breast cancer | CTCF | prostate cancer | cohesin | HUMAN GENOME | CHROMATIN DOMAINS | ONCOLOGY | ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM | GENE-EXPRESSION | BINDING SITES | topologically associated domain | DEVELOPMENTAL ENHANCERS | CTCF OCCUPANCY | DRIVING-FORCE
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Russian Journal of Bioorganic Chemistry, ISSN 1068-1620, 03/2017, Volume 43, Issue 2, pp. 99 - 106
A number of recent experimental approaches demonstrated that a three-dimensional organization of the eukaryotic genome play an important role in the regulation... 
insulators | computer simulation | active genes | chromatin | topologically-associated domain | FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY | DROSOPHILA GENOME | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | TRANSCRIPTION | ENHANCER | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | GENE-REGULATION | PRINCIPLES | MAMMALIAN GENOMES | CHROMOSOME | 4Q35 LOCUS | REGULATORY LANDSCAPE | Anopheles | Chromatin | Genes | Genomics
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BioEssays, ISSN 0265-9247, 12/2019, Volume 41, Issue 12, pp. 1900106 - n/a
Recent investigations have revealed 1) that the isochores of the human genome group into two super‐families characterized by two different long‐range 3D... 
isochores | chromatin folding principles | lamina‐associated domains | topologically associating domains
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BioEssays : news and reviews in molecular, cellular and developmental biology, ISSN 0265-9247, 07/2019, Volume 41, Issue 9, p. e1900048
The organization of the genome into topologically associated domains (TADs) appears to be a fundamental process occurring across a wide range of eukaryote... 
COMPLEX | loop domains | PROTEIN | Drosophila | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | CTCF | chromatin | GENOME | PRINCIPLES | CCCTC-binding factor (CTCF) | ORGANIZATION | cohesin | BIOLOGY | insulators | BINDING-SITES | topologically associated domains
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BioEssays, ISSN 0265-9247, 09/2019, Volume 41, Issue 9, p. n/a
The organization of the genome into topologically associated domains (TADs) appears to be a fundamental process occurring across a wide range of eukaryote... 
CCCTC‐binding factor (CTCF) | cohesin | loop domains | Drosophila | insulators | chromatin | topologically associated domains | Domains | Chromatin | Architecture | Insects | Gene regulation | Extrusion | Genomes | Cohesin | Mammals | Gene expression
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by Redin, C and Brand, H and Collins, R.L and Kammin, T and Mitchell, E and Hodge, J.C and Hanscom, C and Pillalamarri, V and Seabra, C.M and Abbott, M.-A and Abdul-Rahman, Omar and Aberg, E and Adley, R and Alcaraz-Estrada, S.L and Alkuraya, Fowzan S and An, Y and Anderson, M.-A and Antolik, C and Anyane-Yeboa, K and Atkin, Joan and Bartell, T and Bernstein, J.A and Beyer, E and Blumenthal, I and Bongers, Ernie and Brilstra, E.H and Brown, C.W and Brüggenwirth, Hennie and Callewaert, L and Chiang, C and Corning, K and Cox, H and Cuppen, Edwin and Currall, B.B and Cushing, Tom and David, D and Deardorff, Matthew and Dheedene, Annelies and D'Hooghe, Marc and Vries, Boukje and Earl, D.L and Ferguson, H.L and Fisher, H and Fitzpatrick, David R and Gerrol, P and Giachino, D and Glessner, J.T and Gliem, T and Grady, M and Graham, B.H and Griffis, C and Gripp, Karen and Gropman, A.L and Hanson-Kahn, A and Harris, D.J and Hayden, M.A and Hill, R and Hochstenbach, R and Hoffman, J.D and Hopkin, R and Hubshman, M.W and Innes, M and Irons, M and Irving, M and Jacobsen, J.C and Janssens, Sana and Jewett, T and Johnson, J.P and Jongmans, Marjolijn and Kahler, Stephen G and Koolen, David and Korzelius, J and Kroisel, Peter and Lacassie, Y and Lawless, W and Lemyre, E and Leppig, Kathy and Levin, A.V and Li, H and Liao, E.C and Lim, C and Lose, E.J and Lucente, D and MacEra, M.J and Manavalan, P and Manile, G and Marcelis, Carlo and Margolin, L and Mason, T and Masser-Frye, Diane and McClellan, M.W and Zepeda Mendoza, C.J and Menten, B and Middelkamp, S and Mikami, L.R and Moe, E and Mohammed, Shabaz and Mononen, T and Mortenson, M.E and Moya, G and ...
Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 01/2017, Volume 49, Issue 1, pp. 36 - 45
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