New Papers Offer Insights into Transcriptional Control | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A trio of papers appearing online yesterday in Nature Genetics is providing new insights into the networks regulating transcription in animal cells. The papers, by three different research groups, were all done as part of the fourth stage of the Functional Annotation of Mouse, or FANTOM4, project.

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