A role for HOX13 proteins in the regulatory switch between TADs at the HoxD locus


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BECCARI, Leonardo, Nayuta YAKUSHIJI-KAMINATSUI, Joost M. WOLTERING, Anamaria NECSULEA, Nicolas LONFAT, Eddie RODRÍGUEZ-CARBALLO, Benedicte MASCREZ, Shiori YAMAMOTO, Atsushi KUROIWA, Denis DUBOULE, 2016. A role for HOX13 proteins in the regulatory switch between TADs at the HoxD locus. In: Genes & Development. 30(10), pp. 1172-1186. ISSN 0890-9369. eISSN 1549-5477

@article{Beccari2016HOX13-34973, title={A role for HOX13 proteins in the regulatory switch between TADs at the HoxD locus}, year={2016}, doi={10.1101/gad.281055.116}, number={10}, volume={30}, issn={0890-9369}, journal={Genes & Development}, pages={1172--1186}, author={Beccari, Leonardo and Yakushiji-Kaminatsui, Nayuta and Woltering, Joost M. and Necsulea, Anamaria and Lonfat, Nicolas and Rodríguez-Carballo, Eddie and Mascrez, Benedicte and Yamamoto, Shiori and Kuroiwa, Atsushi and Duboule, Denis} }

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