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Volume 26 Issue 3, March 2019

Shaping the meiotic genome

Two reports use HiC to probe chromatin organization and dynamics as mammalian spermatocytes progress from early meiotic prophase to mature sperm.

See Patel, Kang et al. and Alavattam et al.

Image: Erin Dewalt, composite using figures 1c and 6c from Patel, Kang et al.Cover Design: Erin Dewalt.


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