4 RNA and chromatin modification patterns around promoters

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    Patterns of gene expression can be modelled using histone modifications and transcription factor binding at promoters

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    Figure 2: Modelling transcription levels from histone modification and transcription-factor-binding patterns.
    Figure 4: Chromatin features of the six types of regions in K562.
    Figure 1: General features of the DHS landscape.
    Figure 3: Identification and directional classification of novel promoters.
    Supplementary Figure 8: DNaseI and H3K4me3 patterns around promoters in 56 cell types.
    Supplementary Figure 9: Overlaps between novel promoters, CAGE clusters, and ESTs.
    Supplementary Figure 10: Additional examples of novel promoters identified in K562 cells.
    Figure 2: Distribution of looping interactions across cell types and their relationship with chromatin features and gene expression.
    Figure 4: Transcription factor binding site features.
    Figure 5: Classifier performance for various classification tasks.

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    4 RNA and chromatin modification patterns around promoters. Nature (2019) doi:10.1038/nature28173

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