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The Human Epigenome Browser at Washington University

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Figure 1: Annotated screenshot of the Human Epigenome Browser displaying the epigenomic landscape of bivalent domains.


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Zhou, X., Maricque, B., Xie, M. et al. The Human Epigenome Browser at Washington University. Nat Methods 8, 989–990 (2011).

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