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We are in the Department of Genetics and Center for Genome Sciences & Systems Biology at Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine.

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Functional characterization of enhancer activity during a long terminal repeat's evolution

Abstract: Many transposable elements (TEs) contain transcription factor binding sites and are implicated as…

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Epigenomic landscape of zebrafish TEs

Abstract: Transposable elements (TEs) encode regulatory elements that impact gene expression in multiple…

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Exploring genomic data coupled with 3D chromatin structures using the WashU Epigenome Browser

Three-dimensional (3D) genomic structures are vital for gene regulation and cell function1. High-throughput…

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Genetic, epigenetic, and environmental mechanisms govern allele-specific gene expression

Abstract: Allele-specific expression (ASE) is a phenomenon in which one allele is preferentially expressed…

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The Human Pangenome Project: a global resource to map genomic diversity

Abstract: The human reference genome is the most widely used resource in human genetics and is due for a…

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WashU Epigenome Browser update 2022

Abstract: WashU Epigenome Browser (https://epigenomegateway.wustl.edu/browser/) is a web-based genomic data…

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