Epigenomic Landscapes Reflect Neuronal Diversity

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Epigenomic profiling of complex tissues obscures regulatory elements that distinguish one cell type from another. In this issue of Neuron, Mo et al. (2015) apply cell-type-specific profiling to mouse neuronal subtypes and discover an unprecedented level of neuronal diversity. Epigenomic profiling of complex tissues obscures regulatory elements that distinguish one cell type from another. In this issue of Neuron, Mo et al. (2015) apply cell-type-specific profiling to mouse neuronal subtypes and discover an unprecedented level of neuronal diversity.

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Henikoff, S. (2015, June 17). Epigenomic Landscapes Reflect Neuronal Diversity. Neuron. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuron.2015.06.002

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