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Footprints by deep sequencing

Deep sequencing of DNase I–treated yeast DNA yields genome-wide information on chromatin transitions as well as protein binding in these regions.

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Figure 1: Genomic footprinting.

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Hager, G. Footprints by deep sequencing. Nat Methods 6, 254–255 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth0409-254

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