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The International Human Epigenome Consortium: A Blueprint for Scientific Collaboration and Discovery

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  2. Trans-ethnic and Ancestry-Specific Blood-Cell Genetics in 746,667 Individuals from 5 Global Populations

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  5. Human Disease Variation in the Light of Population Genomics

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  1. The ASXL1-G643W variant accelerates the development of CEBPA mutant acute myeloid leukemia

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  2. Myelodysplastic syndrome patient-derived xenografts: from no options to many

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  3. ERG Controls B Cell Development by Promoting Igh V-to-DJ Recombination

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  4. Heterozygous loss of Srp72 in mice is not associated with major hematological phenotypes

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  • Hendrik G Stunnenberg
  • Martin Hirst
  • International Human Epigenome Consortium,( Members:)
  • Bo T Porse (Member of study group)
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The International Human Epigenome Consortium (IHEC) coordinates the generation of a catalog of high-resolution reference epigenomes of major primary human cell types. The studies now presented (see the Cell Press IHEC web portal at http://www.cell.com/consortium/IHEC) highlight the coordinated achievements of IHEC teams to gather and interpret comprehensive epigenomic datasets to gain insights in the epigenetic control of cell states relevant for human health and disease. PAPERCLIP.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCell
Volume167
Issue number5
Pages (from-to)1145-1149
Number of pages5
ISSN0092-8674
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Nov 2016

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