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Comparison of REST Cistromes across Human Cell Types Reveals Common and Context-Specific Functions

Bibliographic reference Rockowitz, Shira ; Lien, Wen-Hui ; Pedrosa, Erika ; Wei, Gang ; Lin, Mingyan ; et. al. Comparison of REST Cistromes across Human Cell Types Reveals Common and Context-Specific Functions. In: PLoS Computational Biology, Vol. 10, no.6, p. e1003671 (2014)
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