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paternal imprinting


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paternal imprinting

Paternal Factors and Schizophrenia Risk: De Novo Mutations and Imprinting

A human H19 transgene exhibits impaired paternal-specific imprint acquisition and maintenance in mice

A tripartite paternally methylated region within the Gpr1-Zdbf2 imprinted domain on mouse chromosome 1 identified by meDIP-on-chip

Promoter cross-talk via a shared enhancer explains paternally biased expression of Nctc1 at the Igf2/H19/Nctc1 imprinted locus

Dual effects of superovulation: loss of maternal and paternal imprinted methylation in a dose-dependent manner

Complementary roles of genes regulated by two paternally methylated imprinted regions on chromosomes 7 and 12 in mouse placentation

Paternal imprints can be established on the maternal Igf2-H19 locus without altering replication timing of DNA

Methylation-sensitive binding of transcription factor YY1 to an insulator sequence within the paternally expressed imprinted gene, Peg3

Mouse/Human Sequence Divergence in a Region with a Paternal-Specific Methylation Imprint at the Human H19 Locus

Human GRB10 is imprinted and expressed from the paternal and maternal allele in a highly tissue- and isoform-specific fashion

Establishment of the paternal methylation imprint of the human H19 and MEST/PEG1 genes during spermatogenesis

Expression and Imprinting Status of Human PEG8/IGF2AS, a Paternally Expressed Antisense Transcript from the IGF2 Locus, in Wilms' Tumors

Antisense Transcription Occurs at the Promoter of a Mouse Imprinted Gene, Commd1, on the Repressed Paternal Allele

A tripartite paternally methylated region within the Gpr1-Zdbf2 imprinted domain on mouse chromosome 1 identified by meDIP-on-chip

Multilocus methylation analysis in a large cohort of 11p15-related foetal growth disorders (Russell Silver and Beckwith Wiedemann syndromes) reveals simultaneous loss of methylation at paternal and maternal imprinted loci

 

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The epigenetic silencing of an allele inherited from the father. See imprinting.

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