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CTCF is a master regulator that plays important roles in genome architecture and gene expression. How CTCF is recruited in a… Expand Female mammalian cells achieve dosage compensation of X-encoded genes by X chromosome inactivation (XCI). This process is thought… Expand In mammals, the silencing step of the X-chromosome inactivation (XCI) process is initiated by the non-coding Xist RNA. Xist is… Expand X-chromosome inactivation (XCI) ensures the equality of X-chromosome dosages in male and female mammals by silencing one X in the… Expand In mammals, inactivation of one X chromosome in the female equalizes gene dosages between XX females and XY males. Two noncoding… Expand Mammalian X inactivation turns off one female X chromosome to enact dosage compensation between XX and XY individuals. X… Expand In mammals, X-inactivation establishes X-chromosome dosage parity between males and females. How X-chromosome counting regulates… Expand ABSTRACT X chromosome inactivation silences one of two X chromosomes in the mammalian female cell and is controlled by a binary… Expand Allelic expression differences contribute to phenotypic variation. In X chromosome inactivation (XCI), unfavorable XCI ratios… Expand The inactive X chromosome differs from the active X in a number of ways; some of these, such as allocyclic replication and… Expand