Bidirectional Gene Organization A Common Architectural Feature of the Human Genome

@article{Adachi2002BidirectionalGO,
  title={Bidirectional Gene Organization A Common Architectural Feature of the Human Genome},
  author={N. Adachi and M. Lieber},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2002},
  volume={109},
  pages={807-809}
}
  • N. Adachi, M. Lieber
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Cell
  • Key MethodSupplemental Table S1. Lists of the Genes ExaminedxDownload (.02 MB ) Supplemental Table S1. Lists of the Genes Examined (A). DNA Repair GenesxDownload (.01 MB ) (A). DNA Repair Genes (B). Non-DNA-Repair Nuclear Process GenesxDownload (.01 MB ) (B). Non-DNA-Repair Nuclear Process Genes (C). Genes Encoding Metabolic Pathway ProteinsxDownload (.01 MB ) (C).Expand Abstract
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