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  1. Genome-wide analysis of the SNAPc complex [Illumina array] BioProject

    ID: PRJNA177368

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: cribe the genome-wide occupancy of the SNAPC1_and SNAPC4 subunits of SNAPc. While the SNAPC4 occupancy was in accord with the role for SNAPc in snRNA transcription, SNAPC1_displayed a broader genomic profile mirroring that of RNA polymerase II at highly active protein-coding genes. Our functional analysis revealed a role for ...
  2. Genome-wide analysis of the SNAPc complex [ChIP-Seq] BioProject

    ID: PRJNA159777

    Keywords: Epigenomics

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    dataset.description: cribe the genome-wide occupancy of the SNAPC1 and SNAPC4 subunits of SNAPc. While the SNAPC4 occupancy was in accord with the role for SNAPc in snRNA transcription, SNAPC1 displayed a broader genomic profile mirroring that of RNA polymerase II at highly active protein-coding genes. Our functional analysis revealed a role for ...
  3. Genome-wide analysis of the SNAPc complex [ChIP-Seq] ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-37403

    Description: cribe the genome-wide occupancy of the SNAPC1 and SNAPC4 subunits of SNAPc. While the SNAPC4 occupancy was in accord with the role for SNAPc in snRNA transcription, SNAPC1 displayed a broader genomic profile mirroring that of RNA polymerase II at highly active protein-coding genes. Our functional analysis revealed a role for ...

  4. Genome-wide analysis of the SNAPc complex [Illumina array] ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-41528

    Description: cribe the genome-wide occupancy of the SNAPC1_and SNAPC4 subunits of SNAPc. While the SNAPC4 occupancy was in accord with the role for SNAPc in snRNA transcription, SNAPC1_displayed a broader genomic profile mirroring that of RNA polymerase II at highly active protein-coding genes. Our functional analysis revealed a role for ...

  5. Genome-wide analysis of the SNAPc complex [ChIP-Seq] OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-37403

    Date Released: 06-02-2014

    Description: cribe the genome-wide occupancy of the SNAPC1 and SNAPC4 subunits of SNAPc. While the SNAPC4 occupancy was in accord with the role for SNAPc in snRNA transcription, SNAPC1 displayed a broader genomic profile mirroring that of RNA polymerase II at highly active protein-coding genes. Our functional analysis revealed a role for ...


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