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... formal definition of a CpG island is a region with ... CpG islands in vertebrate genomes" ... CpG Island Searcher using the updated rules from Takai and Jones ...
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2 CpG islands. 3 Methylation, silencing, and cancer. 4 ... of this, the presence of a CpG island is used to help in the prediction and annotation of genes. ...
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relationship of a CpG island to TSS (see "Methods" for details) ... We used the three CpG island feature variables as the discriminant variables for ...
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the three CpG island feature variables as the discriminant vari ... If we correctly classify a CpG island as promoter-related ...
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CpG islands were originally identified by epigenetic and functional properties, ... are used to predict the epigenetic states of all CpG islands genome-wide. ...
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CpG island methylation plays an important role in epigenetic gene control during ... The majority of CpG islands is normally unmethylated, but a sizeable fraction is ...
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CpG Island Explorer is developed by Wang Yong, Patrick from Department of ... An evaluation of new criteria for CpG islands in the human genome as gene markers ...
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How was the CpG Island library spotted down on the slides derived? ... How come some of these CpG islands are downstream or within a gene? ...
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The HCGI12K array contains 12192 CpG Island clones derived from a set purchased ... This array contains 8,109 CpG-island clones consolidated from UHN's HCGI12K set ...
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These sub-sequences, called CpG islands, are known to appear in the biologically ... QUESTION: Decide whether X is a CpG island. ...
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These sub-sequences, called CpG islands, are known to appear in biologically ... The higher this score, the more likely it is that X is a CpG Island. ...
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CpGProD (CpG Island Promoter Detection) Use of CpGProD ... of promoters associated with CpG islands (CGIs) in mammalian genomic sequences. ...
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PLoS Computational Biology is an open-access ... CpG islands were originally identified by epigenetic and functional properties, ...
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We look critically at CpG island biology. in the context of the more detailed genome sequence ... To be recognized as a CpG island, a sequence must sat ...
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CpG site Cytosine Phosphate Guanine CpG sites are regions of DNA where a cytosine nucleotide occurs next ... CpG island. Allele specific oligonucleotide ...
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We have established a CpG-island-extraction algorithm, which we previously ... The CpG Island Searcher was applied to the latest sequence and mapping ...
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CpG Islands reports potential CpG island regions in a given sequence ... CpG islands are often found in the 5' regions of vertebrate genes, therefore ...
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CpG islands. Synonym(s) CpG-rich islands. Definition(s) ... In humans there are about 45,000 CpG islands, mostly found at the 5' ends of genes. ...
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