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This Week in Cell

In a paper published online in advance in Cell this week, a team led by investigators at Cancer Research UK shows that "CTCF-binding locations are highly conserved across mammals." The team identified more than 5,000 robust and tissue-independent locations conserved when comparing ChIP-seq data from six mammals.

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