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  • adjective biochemistry Less than normally methylated

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Examples

  • To understand whether dynamic regulation of DNA methylation in MEFs can cause Pol II stalling in hypomethylated Lsh −/− cells, we attempted to restore Lsh function.

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  • Previously, we reported increased H3K4 methylation levels at hypomethylated repeat elements in

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  • To understand whether dynamic regulation of DNA methylation in MEFs can cause Pol II stalling in hypomethylated Lsh −/− cells, we attempted to restore Lsh function.

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  • To understand whether dynamic regulation of DNA methylation in MEFs can cause Pol II stalling in hypomethylated Lsh −/− cells, we attempted to restore Lsh function.

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  • We identified here the mechanism of gene silencing, and found in 'methylated' WT cells Pol II stalling and in hypomethylated cells all the hallmarks of transcriptional elongation, including histone modifications and Ser2 Pol II transition and effective splicing.

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  • Lsh −/− and WT cells, at hyper or hypomethylated TSS regions; however, Pol II binding at the gene body is only associated with hypomethylated HoxC6 and HoxC8 genes.

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  • SM plants were hypomethylated (14. 6% of loci had methylated samples) in comparison to RS (32. 1% of loci had methylated samples).

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  • SM plants were hypomethylated (14. 6% of loci had methylated samples) in comparison to RS (32. 1% of loci had methylated samples).

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  • Lsh −/− and WT cells, at hyper or hypomethylated TSS regions; however, Pol II binding at the gene body is only associated with hypomethylated HoxC6 and HoxC8 genes.

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  • RNA Pol II binding, RNA splicing and diverse histone modifications comparing wild type cells to hypomethylated

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