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Cis-regulatory evolution of the recently expanded Ly49 gene family

Abstract: Comparative genomics has revealed the rapid expansion of multiple gene families involved in…

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Towards targeting transposable elements for cancer therapy

Abstract: Transposable elements (TEs) represent almost half of the human genome. Historically deemed ‘junk…

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Using long-read CAGE sequencing to profile cryptic-promoter-derived transcripts and their contribution to the immunopeptidome

Abstract: Recent studies have shown that the noncoding genome can produce unannotated proteins as antigens…

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Modbed track: Visualization of modified bases in single-molecule sequencing

Abstract: Recent advances in long-read sequencing technologies have not only dramatically increased…

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Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Epigenomes Exhibit Altered DNA Methylation in Smokers and Never-smokers

Abstract: Epigenetic alterations are widespread in cancer and can complement genetic alterations to influence…

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Transposable elements in mammalian chromatin organization

Abstract: Transposable elements (TEs) are mobile DNA elements that comprise almost 50% of mammalian genomic…

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