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Transcription factor networks in Drosophila melanogaster.Academic Article Why?
Deconvolution of transcriptional networks identifies TCF4 as a master regulator in schizophrenia.Academic Article Why?
miR-9a minimizes the phenotypic impact of genomic diversity by buffering a transcription factor.Academic Article Why?
Early B cell factor 1 regulates B cell gene networks by activation, repression, and transcription- independent poising of chromatin.Academic Article Why?
A graph model based study on regulatory impacts of transcription factors of Drosophila melanogaster and comparison across species.Academic Article Why?
Comparative analysis of regulatory information and circuits across distant species.Academic Article Why?
Pitx2 modulates a Tbx5-dependent gene regulatory network to maintain atrial rhythm.Academic Article Why?
Pleiotropy in Drosophila organogenesis: Mechanistic insights from Combgap and the retinal determination gene network.Academic Article Why?
STAT1-dependent expression of energy metabolic pathways links tumour growth and radioresistance to the Warburg effect.Academic Article Why?
Regulation of bacterial surface attachment by a network of sensory transduction proteins.Academic Article Why?
Genetic networks that regulate B lymphopoiesis.Academic Article Why?
Evolution of DNA specificity in a transcription factor family produced a new gene regulatory module.Academic Article Why?
Transcription-factor-dependent enhancer transcription defines a gene regulatory network for cardiac rhythm.Academic Article Why?
miR-10a regulation of regional arterial endothelial phenotypes in atherosclerosisGrant Why?
The transcription factor POU3F2 regulates a gene coexpression network in brain tissue from patients with psychiatric disorders.Academic Article Why?
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