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December 1

Posted by , on 1 December 2012

Today’s recommended paper is:

The accessible chromatin landscape of the human genome
Robert E. Thurman, Eric Rynes, Richard Humbert, et al. (2012)
Nature 489, 75–82

Submitted by Nishal Patel:
“Whilst humans aren’t exactly a model organism that most developmental biologists work on, the ENCODE project is ground breaking and transcription factors and chromatin accessibility are important in development.”

From December 1 to 24 we are featuring Node readers’ favourite papers of the past year. Click the calendar in the side bar each day to see a new paper. To see all papers submitted so far, see the calendar archive.

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