Mouse ENCODE Collection Characterizes and Compares Regulatory Elements in Mice, Humans | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Members of the Mouse ENCODE Consortium are sharing findings from their ongoing studies of gene regulation in the mouse model organism in a collection of papers published online today in Nature and Science.

The mouse effort is intended to augment information gleaned from the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE), a project undertaken more than a decade ago to untangle regulatory features in the human genome that influence gene expression and, consequently, cell function.

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