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Chromatin Mapping to Identify Genetic Switches

The vast majority of the genome (roughly 99 percent) does not make proteins, but rather, regulates how the genome works. Mapping chromatin in cells can identify the regulatory information, or switches, in the non-protein coding regions of the genome. These switches control genes, turning them on and off in the right environment at the right time in cells. Release date January 8, 2016.

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