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Chromatin biochemistry enters the next generation of code 'seq-ing'

Barcoded semisynthetic nucleosomes combined with massively parallel sequencing provide an innovative new platform for analyzing the histone-recognition and histone-modifying activities of chromatin-associated proteins.

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Shanle, E., Rothbart, S. & Strahl, B. Chromatin biochemistry enters the next generation of code 'seq-ing'. Nat Methods 11, 799–800 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth.3044

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