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In Science this week, an international research team depicts the genome-wide differences in transcription factor binding among humans that they discovered using ChIP-seq. They mapped the binding sites of RNA polymerase II and nuclear factor κB in 10 lymphoblastoid cell lines; 25 percent of PolII and 7.5 percent of NFκB binding regions varied among individuals.

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