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Protein architecture of the yeast genome

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Competing Interests

B.F.P. has a financial interest in Peconic, LLC, which offers the ChIP–exo technology (US Patent 20100323361A1) implemented herein as a commercial service and could potentially benefit from the outcomes of this research.


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