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Partially methylated domains across multiple cell types

Partially methylated domains are extended regions in the genome exhibiting a reduced average DNA methylation level. They cover gene poor and transcriptionally inactive regions and tend to be heterochromatic. We present a comprehensive comparative analysis of partially methylated domains in human and mouse cells, to identify structural and functional features associated with them.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00001004303 Illumina HiSeq 2500 2
Publications Citations
A comprehensive analysis of 195 DNA methylomes reveals shared and cell-specific features of partially methylated domains.
Genome Biol 19: 2018 150