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Cracking the Enigmatic Linker Histone Code

Review focus on epigenetics and the histone code in vascular biology

A Decade of Histone Acetylation: Marking Eukaryotic Chromosomes with Specific Codes

Announcement: Review Focus on Epigenetics and the Histone Code in Vascular Biology

Announcement: Review Focus on Epigenetics and the Histone Code in Vascular Biology

Announcement: Review Focus on Epigenetics and the Histone Code in Vascular Biology

Announcement: Review Focus on Epigenetics and the Histone Code in Vascular Biology

Announcement: Review Focus on Epigenetics and the Histone Code in Vascular Biology

Announcement: Review Focus on Epigenetics and the Histone Code in Vascular Biology

Announcement: Review Focus on Epigenetics and the Histone Code in Vascular Biology

Chromosome-wide, allele-specific analysis of the histone code on the human X chromosome

An integrative approach to understanding the combinatorial histone code at functional elements

Mechanism of retinoic acid-induced transcription: histone code, DNA oxidation and formation of chromatin loops

Mechanism of retinoic acid-induced transcription: histone code, DNA oxidation and formation of chromatin loops

DNMT3B interacts with constitutive centromere protein CENP-C to modulate DNA methylation and the histone code at centromeric regions

Identification of a Second Conserved Element Within the Coding Sequence of a Mouse H3 Histone Gene That Interacts With Nuclear Factors and Is Necessary for Normal Expression

Promoter-restricted histone code, not the differentially methylated DNA regions or antisense transcripts, marks the imprinting status of IGF2R in human and mouse

The PR-Set7 binding domain of Riz1 is required for the H4K20me1-H3K9me1 trans-tail ‘histone code’ and Riz1 tumor suppressor function

 

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The hypothesis that the pattern of acetylation, methylation, phosphorylation, and ubiquitination of the N‐terminal regions of core histones within nucleosomes is recognized by proteins (or complexes) that control chromatin modelling ...

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