Eric Lander's group has a new paper in the advance online section of Nature in which they describe how they used high-throughput reduced representation bisulphite sequencing coupled with single-molecule-based sequencing to generate DNA methylation maps from mouse primary tissues, including embryonic stem cells, embryonic-stem-cell-derived, and primary neural cells.

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