Chromatin architecture near a potential 3′ end of the Igh locus involves modular regulation of histone modifications during B-cell development and in vivo occupancy at CTCF sites

Francine E. Garrett, Alexander V. Emelyanov, Manuel A. Sepulveda, Patrick Flanagan, Sabrina Volpi, Fubin Li, Dmitry Loukinov, Laurel A. Eckhardt, Victor V. Lobanenkov, Barbara K. Birshtein

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