Methylation dynamics of repetitive DNA elements in the mouse germ cell lineage.

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Repetitive DNA elements account for a substantial fraction of the mammalian genome. Many are subject to DNA methylation, which is known to undergo dynamic change during mouse germ cell development. We found that repeat sequences of three different classes retain high levels of methylation at E12.5, when methylation is erased from many single-copy genes… (More)

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