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A team from the University of Calgary, University of Toronto, and elsewhere takes a look at genomic architecture in the brain cancer glioblastoma (GBM). Using in situ Hi-C, RNA sequence data, and other approaches, the researchers developed three-dimensional maps of GBM stem cells from three individuals with the disease, focusing on interactions going down to a resolution below 5,000 bases and their effects on gene regulation and expression.

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