Data from: Chromatin signature of widespread monoallelic expression

Anwesha Nag, Virginia Savova, Ho-Lim Fung, Alexander Miron, Guo-Cheng Yuan, Kun Zhang & Alexander A Gimelbrant
In mammals, numerous autosomal genes are subject to mitotically stable monoallelic expression (MAE), including genes that play critical roles in a variety of human diseases. Due to challenges posed by the clonal nature of MAE, very little is known about its regulation; in particular, no molecular features have been specifically linked to MAE. Here we report an approach that distinguishes MAE genes in human cells with great accuracy: a chromatin signature consisting of chromatin marks...
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