A brake for the chromatin looping cycle

A brake for the chromatin looping cycle

Two studies on 3D genome organization find that cohesin acetylation puts a brake on chromatin loop extrusion through recruitment of PDS5. See Bastié, Chapard et al. and van Ruiten et al.

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