A transcriptomic analysis of human centromeric and pericentric sequences in normal and tumor cells

@inproceedings{Eymery2009ATA,
  title={A transcriptomic analysis of human centromeric and pericentric sequences in normal and tumor cells},
  author={Ang{\'e}line Eymery and B{\'e}atrice Horard and Mich{\`e}le El Atifi-Borel and Genevi{\`e}ve Fourel and François Berger and Anne-Laure Vitte and Arnaud Van den Broeck and Elisabeth Brambilla and Alexandra Fournier and Mary Callanan and Sylvie Gazz{\'e}ri and Saadi Khochbin and Sophie A. L. Rousseaux and Eric Gilson and Claire Vourc’h},
  booktitle={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2009}
}
Although there is now evidence that the expression of centromeric (CT) and pericentric (PCT) sequences are key players in major genomic functions, their transcriptional status in human cells is still poorly known. The main reason for this lack of data is the complexity and high level of polymorphism of these repeated sequences, which hampers straightforward analyses by available transcriptomic approaches. Here a transcriptomic macro-array dedicated to the analysis of CT and PCT expression is… CONTINUE READING

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