CTCF


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CTCFColorado Territorial Correctional Facility (est. 1871)
CTCFCoquille Tribal Community Fund (est. 2001; North Bend, OR)
CTCFChannel Technical Control Facility
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DMRs were also significantly enriched within FANTOM5 enhancers, [CD4.sup.+] DNase-sensitive regions, and at [CD4.sup.+] transcription factor binding sites, including CTCF binding sites (Table 3).
Bonferroni-corrected post hoc tests revealed that CTCFs were generally higher in dual-task session 3 than in the other two sessions and that this same pattern could be observed on the road but not in the simulator.
Ma et al., "The lncRNA Firre anchors the inactive X chromosome to the nucleolus by binding CTCF and maintains H3K27me3 methylation," Genome Biology, vol.
Loss of expression of chromosome 16q genes DPEP1 and CTCF in lobular carcinoma in situ of the breast.
Epigenetic regulation of Igf2/H19 imprinting at CTCF insulator binding
Results are expressed as the Corrected Total Cell Fluorescence (CTCF) compared to nonstimulated cells (- Control).
Felsenfeld, "CTCF: Making the right connections," Genes & Development, vol.
Reciprocal binding of CTCF and BORIS to the NYESO-1 promoter coincides with depression of this cancer-testis gene in lung cancer cells.
Mediante microscopio Olympus IX71 Japon, equipado con camara Olympus ProgRes-Capture Japon, se obtuvo imagenes en escala de grises y se calculo la fluorescencia total corregida (CTCF) [1], estableciendo 3 patrones de fluorescencia: Bajo (B) menor a 5x[10.sup.6]; Medio (M) entre 5 y 10 x [10.sup.6]; Alto (A) mayor a 10 x [10.sup.6].
Mediation of CTCF transcriptional insulation by DEAD-box RNA-binding protein p68 and steroid receptor RNA activator SRA.
1:00 PM Bhattacharya (G) THE ROLE OF CCCTC BINDING FACTOR (CTCF)
The walls between the loops are made by a protein called CTCF. The extra methyl tags, Bernstein and his colleagues found, remove the CTCF walls.