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The deubiquitinase Usp9x regulates PRC2-mediated chromatin reprogramming during mouse development

Trisha A. Macrae, Miguel Ramalho-Santos



Selected by Sergio Menchero

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Mutation bias shapes gene evolution in Arabidopsis thaliana

J. Grey Monroe, Thanvi Srikant, Pablo Carbonell-Bejerano, et al.



Selected by Facundo Romani

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SUV39 SET domains mediate crosstalk of heterochromatic histone marks

Alessandro Stirpe, Nora Guidotti, Sarah Northall, et al.



Selected by Yasmin Lau

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An Atlas of Gene Regulatory Elements in Adult Mouse Cerebrum

Yang Eric Li, Sebastian Preissl, Xiaomeng Hou, et al.



Selected by Monica Tambalo

LINE elements are a reservoir of regulatory potential in mammalian genomes

Maša Roller, Ericca Stamper, Diego Villar, et al.



Selected by Sergio Menchero

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Recognition of cellular RNAs by the S9.6 antibody creates pervasive artefacts when imaging RNA:DNA hybrids

John A. Smolka, Lionel A. Sanz, Stella R. Hartono, et al.



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Endogenous retroviruses drive species-specific germline transcriptomes in mammals

Akihiko Sakashita, So Maezawa, Kris G. Alavattam, et al.



Selected by Petra Kovacikova

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Mitochondrial fatty acid synthesis coordinates mitochondrial oxidative metabolism

Sara M. Nowinski, Ashley Solmonson, Scott F. Rusin, et al.



Selected by Berrak Ugur, Aakriti Jain

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Live-cell 3D single-molecule tracking reveals how NuRD modulates enhancer dynamics

S Basu, O Shukron, A Ponjavic, et al.

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Live-cell single particle tracking of PRC1 reveals a highly dynamic system with low target site occupancy

Miles K. Huseyin, Robert J. Klose



Selected by Gabriel Aughey

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Organoid Easytag: an efficient workflow for gene targeting in human organoids

Dawei Sun, Lewis D. Evans, Emma L. Rawlins



Selected by Kirsty Ferguson

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Changing and stable chromatin accessibility supports transcriptional overhaul during neural stem cell activation

Sun Y. Maybury-Lewis, Abigail K. Brown, Mitchell Yeary, et al.



Selected by Kirsty Ferguson

Endogenous retroviruses are a source of enhancers with oncogenic potential in acute myeloid leukaemia

Özgen Deniz, Mamataz Ahmed, Christopher D. Todd, et al.



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