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The Cohesin Complex Cooperates with Pluripotency Transcription Factors in the Maintenance of Embryonic Stem Cell Identity

ESS000137 - Study

Summary

Genome-wide maps of Rad21 and CTCF in R1/E embryonic stem cells and R1/E derived Embryoid bodies.

Keywords: regulatory factor, antibody control, ChIP-seq

Samples

Mouse embryonic stem cell, R1/E cell line, embryoid body

ESM001208 - Similar

Mouse embryonic stem cell, R1/E cell line, undifferentiated

ESM001209 - Similar

Mouse embryonic stem cell, R1/E cell line, undifferentiated

ESM001210 - Similar

Total: 3 samples - View details

Experiments

Total: 6 experiments - View detailsDownload tracksView on genome

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The Cohesin Complex Cooperates with Pluripotency Transcription Factors in the Maintenance of Embryonic Stem Cell Identity

Embryonic stem cells (ESCs) cells run a self-renewal gene expression program, requiring the expression of certain transcription factors accompanied by a particular chromosome organization to maintain a balance between pluripotency and the capacity for rapid differentiation. However, how transcripti...

Max Planck Institute. Public on: May 19 2011

GSE24030 - GEOSRA

Reference

RAD21 cooperates with pluripotency transcription factors in the maintenance of embryonic stem cell identity.

Nitzsche A, et al. PLoS One. 2011 May 12;6(5):e19470. - Similar

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