Transcription of IAP endogenous retroviruses is constrained by cytosine methylation

  title={Transcription of IAP endogenous retroviruses is constrained by cytosine methylation},
  author={Colum P Walsh and J. Richard Chaillet and Timothy H Bestor},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
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