Chromosome conformation capture-based methods
Chromosome conformation capture (3C)-based methods reveal chromosome organization within the nucleus by determining the physical proximity of pairs of points along chromatin. They preserve chromatin interactions by cross-linking followed by fragmentation, ligation and sequencing of interacting regions. Genome organization affects processes such as transcription, repair and DNA replication.
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