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    ENCODE analysis identifies dynamic DNA methylation patterns and relationships to regulatory elements

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    Figure 5: Integration of ENCODE data by genome-wide segmentation.
    Figure 2: DNase I footprints mark sites of in vivo protein occupancy.
    Figure 4: Chromatin accessibility and DNA methylation patterns.
    Supplementary Figure 11: Further examples of association between methylation and accessibility.
    Supplementary Figure 12: Genome-wide Influence of methylation on chromatin accessibility.
    Figure 3: Impact of DNA methylation on cell-selective CTCF binding.
    Figure 4: Sites significantly affected by methylation are enriched for CpGs at two positions.
    Supplementary Figure S5: Overall methylation variability across constitutive and variable CTCF sites in 13 cell types.
    Supplementary Figure S6: Statistical association of variable methylation with differential occupancy.
    Supplementary Figure S7: Overall relationship of CTCF occupancy with methylation at 1,076 sites without a significant association.
    Supplementary Figure S8: Variable CTCF sites without methylation differences.
    Figure 5: Cell-selective patterns of methylation associated with occupancy differences.

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    7 DNA methylation. Nature (2019) doi:10.1038/nature28176

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