Genome-wide CTCF distribution in vertebrates defines equivalent sites that aid the identification of disease-associated genes

D. Martin, C. Pantoja, A. Fernández-Miñán, C. Valdes-Quezada, E. Moltó, F. Matesanz, Ozren Bogdanović, E. De La Calle-Mustienes, O. Domínguez, L. Taher, M. Furlan-Magaril, A. Alcina, S. Cañóon, M. Fedetz, M.A. Blasco, P.S. Pereira, I. Ovcharenko, F. Recillas-Targa, L. Montoliu, M. ManzanaresR. Guiǵo, M. Serrano, F. Casares, J.L. Gómez-Skarmeta

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