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GSE61369
Characterization of TCF21 downstream target regions identifies a transcriptional network linking multiple independent coronary artery disease loci
8 Thomas Quertermous Apr 12, 2015
GSE72696
Integrative fine-mapping of regulatory variants and mechanisms at coronary artery disease loci
24 Thomas Quertermous Jul 06, 2016
GSE122756
TCF21 and AP-1 interact through epigenetic modifications to regulate coronary artery disease gene expression [ATAC-Seq]
6 Thomas Quertermous Mar 26, 2019
GSE122757
TCF21 and AP-1 interact through epigenetic modifications to regulate coronary artery disease gene expression [ChIP-Seq]
6 Thomas Quertermous Mar 26, 2019
GSE131779
Single cell analysis of smooth muscle cell phenotypic modulation in vivo during disease in mice and humans [pooled TCF21 ChIPseq]
1 Thomas Quertermous Jul 29, 2019
GSE131780
Single cell analysis of smooth muscle cell phenotypic modulation in vivo during disease in mice and humans
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Thomas Quertermous Jul 29, 2019
GSE124011
Coronary disease associated gene TCF21 inhibits smooth muscle cell differentiation by blocking the myocardin-serum response factor pathway
6 Thomas Quertermous Dec 18, 2019
GSE141748
Quantitative trait loci mapped for TCF21 binding, chromatin accessibility and chromosomal looping in coronary artery smooth muscle cells reveal molecular mechanisms of coronary disease loci (ATAC-Seq)
1 Thomas Quertermous May 07, 2020
GSE141751
Quantitative trait loci mapped for TCF21 binding, chromatin accessibility and chromosomal looping in coronary artery smooth muscle cells reveal molecular mechanisms of coronary disease loci (ChIP-Seq)
1 Thomas Quertermous May 07, 2020
GSE141752
Quantitative trait loci mapped for TCF21 binding, chromatin accessibility and chromosomal looping in coronary artery smooth muscle cells reveal molecular mechanisms of coronary disease loci
18 Thomas Quertermous May 07, 2020