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9 Three-dimensional connections across the genome

ENCODE mapped long-range looping interactions between functional elements and genes, placing them in a three-dimensional context to reveal their functional relationships

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Supplementary Figure 1: Section Y: Overlap of 5C and ChIA-PET identified chromatin interactions.
Figure 2: Distribution of looping interactions across cell types and their relationship with chromatin features and gene expression.
Figure 3: Looping landscape of TSSs to distal fragments.
Figure 4: Networks of looping interactions.
Figure 2: Overall Network
Figure 5: A genome-wide map of distal DHS-to-promoter connectivity.
Supplementary Figure 14: Interaction and GO class enrichments via signal-vector correlation.

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