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Cancer-linked satellite 2 DNA hypomethylation does not regulate Sat2 non-coding RNA expression and is initiated by heat shock pathway activation.

Bibliographic reference Tilman, Gaëlle ; Arnoult, Nausica ; Lenglez, Sandrine ; Van Beneden, Amandine ; Loriot, Axelle ; et. al. Cancer-linked satellite 2 DNA hypomethylation does not regulate Sat2 non-coding RNA expression and is initiated by heat shock pathway activation.. In: Epigenetics, Vol. 7, no.8, p. 903-13 (2012)
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