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DNase hypersensitive sites and association with multiple sclerosis

Mapping and Characterization of DNase I Hypersensitive Sites in Arabidopsis Chromatin

mwr Xer site-specific recombination is hypersensitive to DNA supercoiling

LCR 5′ hypersensitive site specificity for globin gene activation within the active chromatin hub

Detection of active transcription factor binding sites with the combination of DNase hypersensitivity and histone modifications

PlantDHS: a database for DNase I hypersensitive sites in plants

A DNase I hypersensitive site near the murine γ1 switch region contributes to insertion site independence of transgenes and modulates the amount of transcripts induced by CD40 ligation

Requirements for utilization of CREB binding protein by hypersensitive site two of the β-globin locus control region

Evidence that DNase I hypersensitive site 5 of the human β-globin locus control region functions as a chromosomal insulator in transgenic mice

Real-time PCR mapping of DNaseI-hypersensitive sites using a novel ligation-mediated amplification technique

Nucleosome and transcription activator antagonism at human β-globin locus control region DNase I hypersensitive sites

A reliable method to display authentic DNase I hypersensitive sites at long-ranges in single-copy genes from large genomes

Structural Analysis of Mouse rDNA: Coincidence between Nuclease Hypersensitive Sites, DNA Curvature and Regulatory Elements in the Intergenic Spacer

Protein—DNA interactions in the human β-globin locus control region hypersensitive site-2 as revealed by four nitrogen mustards

The polyoma virus enhancer cannot substitute for DNase I core hypersensitive sites 2–4 in the human β-globin LCR

Th2-specific DNase I-hypersensitive sites in the murine IL-13 and IL-4 intergenic region.

Distant conserved sequences flanking endothelial-specific promoters contain tissue-specific DNase-hypersensitive sites and over-represented motifs

In vivo Nuclease Hypersensitivity Studies Reveal Multiple Sites of Parental Origin-Dependent Differential Chromatin Conformation in the 150 Kb SNRPN Transcription Unit

 

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Regions of chromatin that are unprotected by histones and other DNA‐binding proteins and are sites of active transcription in the genome. The presence of such sites is revealed by treating ...

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