5S and snaR genes (Type II) are non unique and were analyzed by enabling multiple fits during alignment

5S and snaR genes (Type II) are non unique and were analyzed by enabling multiple fits during alignment. from USeq), 2 kb upstream of most Pol III-bound bivalent locations. The two 2 kb area was put into 2 kb to 500 bp upstream and upstream ?500 bp to TSS revealing that H3K27me3 amounts drop at …
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