Tomas Babak

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During early embryonic development, one of the two X chromosomes in mammalian female cells is inactivated to compensate for a potential imbalance in transcript levels with male cells, which contain a single X chromosome. Here, we use mouse female embryonic stem cells (ESCs) with non-random X chromosome inactivation (XCI) and polymorphic X chromosomes to(More)
After the publication of this work [1], we noticed there was an error in Fig. 5 where −1,0 and 1 are incorrectly displayed in the y-axis in panel b. Please see the corrected Fig. 5 below. We apologize for this error. Dynamics of gene silencing during X inactivation using allele-specific RNA-seq.
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