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Jia, Songtao - Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia University
Residue and degree-specific methylation of histone lysines along with other epigenetic modifications organizes chromatin
L E T T E R S NATURE CELL BIOLOGY VOLUME 7 | NUMBER 10 | OCTOBER 2005 1007
anticipate that the design method will be ex-tended to other substrates and reactions.
References and Notes 1. S. M. Hammond et al., Nature Rev. Genet. 2, 110 (2001).
In eukaryotic cells, genomic DNA is folded with histone and non-histone proteins to form chromatin. Each
Cell, Vol. 119, 469480, November 12, 2004, Copyright 2004 by Cell Press Heterochromatin Regulates Cell Type-Specific
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