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accepted How does formaldehyde cause protein-DNA crosslinking?
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accepted Transcriptionally-mediated DNA damage
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comment Transcriptionally-mediated DNA damage
That's a good point about actin and GAPDH. My understanding is that tightly packed heterochromatin is more "stable" than euchromatin because it is energetically favorable to remain wrapped around histones. Additionally, the conformation induced by the DNA/histone coil prevents many of the nucleotides in heterochromatin from being exposed to the nucleoplasm, which would decrease its exposure to DNA damage agents compared to uncoiled euchromatin.
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asked Transcriptionally-mediated DNA damage
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revised How does formaldehyde cause protein-DNA crosslinking?
Fixed typo
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asked How does formaldehyde cause protein-DNA crosslinking?
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comment What is the best way to read and normalize large amounts of Agilent data into R?
Thanks for the advice! I'll head over there.
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asked What is the best way to read and normalize large amounts of Agilent data into R?
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accepted How can chromatin state be measured?
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asked How can chromatin state be measured?
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accepted Digital Genomic Footprinting for ENCODE
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comment Digital Genomic Footprinting for ENCODE
This is very helpful. I didn't understand what "random shearing" was, or how it would add error to the results. If I'm understanding correctly, random shearing during processing of DNA is unlikely to generate fragments that are relatively short (300 bp), which means that the 300 bp fragments are, with high probability, coming from short segments of DNA that have been clipped by DNase twice.
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revised Digital Genomic Footprinting for ENCODE
Clarification of question
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comment Digital Genomic Footprinting for ENCODE
The section in bold is what's confusing me. The rest is provided as context.
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asked Digital Genomic Footprinting for ENCODE