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GSE7892
Global analysis of gene expression in MEF cells and villi enterocytes expressing SV40 T antigens
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30 Daniel Clark Sep 01, 2009
GSE7906
Cell-type Specific Regulation of Gene Expression by Simian Virus 40 T antigens
35 Daniel Clark Sep 01, 2009
GSE11528
Gene expression data from mouse postnatal brain development
18 Mehmet Somel Mar 10, 2009
GSE14012
Role of the reprogramming factors in inducing pluripotency
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39 Kathrin Plath Jan 28, 2009
GSE17064
Genome-wide identification of Polycomb-associated RNAs by RIP-seq
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7 Mark L Borowsky Dec 22, 2010
GSE27243
A Transcriptomic Atlas of Mouse Neocortical Layers
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19 T Grant Belgard Aug 24, 2011
GSE29613
Sequencing of microRNA in spermatogonial stem cell enriched cell populations.
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5 Zhiyv Niu Jul 20, 2011
GSE30202
DNA binding factors shape the mouse methylome at distal regulatory regions [BIS_seq]
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4 Dirk Schuebeler Dec 09, 2011
GSE35213
T-cell factor 4 and β-catenin chromatin occupancies pattern zonal liver metabolism.
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13 Philippe Veber Jan 18, 2014
GSE37933
Coordinated regulation of neuronal mRNA steady-state levels through developmentally controlled intron retention
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3 Brad A Friedman Jul 12, 2012
GSE39502
Differences in CTCF binding site sequence are associated with unique regulatory and functional trends during embryonic stem cell differentiation [ChIP-Seq]
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7 Sebastien Vigneau Oct 11, 2013
GSE39522
Differences in CTCF binding site sequence are associated with unique regulatory and functional trends during embryonic stem cell differentiation [RNA-Seq]
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2 Sebastien Vigneau Oct 11, 2013
GSE39523
Differences in CTCF binding site sequence are associated with unique regulatory and functional trends during embryonic stem cell differentiation
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9 Sebastien Vigneau Oct 11, 2013
GSE39736
Transcription factor occupancy is linked to DNA methylation turnover at active regulatory regions [Bisulfite-Seq]
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3 Dirk Schuebeler Dec 24, 2013
GSE39739
Transcription factor occupancy is linked to DNA methylation turnover at active regulatory regions
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10 Dirk Schuebeler Dec 24, 2013
GSE40948
Genome-wide nucleosome positioning during embryonic stem cell development [RNA-Seq]
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5 Vladimir B Teif Oct 21, 2012
GSE41222
Deciphering the genetics of mammalian limb growth
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4 Pedro Coutinho Jan 01, 2014
GSE42132
ChIP-seq analysis of Gli1 and Sox2 input to neural progenitor program and integration with actve histone marks
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10 Kevin Peterson Dec 15, 2012
GSE42474
Master Transcription Factors and Mediator Establish Super-Enhancers at Key Cell Identity Genes [ChIP-Seq and RNA-seq]
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9 Richard A Young Jan 02, 2013
GSE42594
cis-Regulation of Shh-directed neural pattering
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16 Kevin Peterson Dec 15, 2012