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Chromatin accessibility reveals insights into androgen receptor activation and transcriptional specificity

  • Author(s): Taylor, Barry
  • Tewari, AK
  • Yardimci, GG
  • Shibata, Y
  • Sheffield, NC
  • Song, L
  • Taylor, BS
  • Georgiev, SG
  • Coetzee, GA
  • Ohler, U
  • Furey, TS
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC3491416?pdf=render
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Abstract

Background: Epigenetic mechanisms such as chromatin accessibility impact transcription factor binding to DNA and transcriptional specificity. The androgen receptor (AR), a master regulator of the male phenotype and prostate cancer pathogenesis, acts primar

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