E. Crabbe

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Chromatin structure and gene transcription regulation are intimately linked, and mosaic expression of randomly integrated transgenes into the genome is frequently observed. This variegation of transgene expression is likely due to the genomic integration site, which can affect the behavior of the integrated DNA sequence in a positive or a negative way.(More)
The 22q11.2 deletion syndrome is a common dominant genetic disorder characterized by a heterozygous deletion of a cluster of genes on chromosome 22q11.2. TBX1, a transcription factor belonging to the T-box gene family, is a key player in the syndrome. However, heterozygosity of Tbx1 in mouse models does not fully recapitulate the phenotypes characteristic(More)
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