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Releasing the break on X chromosome inactivation: Rnf12/RLIM targets REX1 for degradation.Academic Article Why?
Impaired imprinted X chromosome inactivation is responsible for the skewed sex ratio following in vitro fertilization.Academic Article Why?
Inducible XIST-dependent X-chromosome inactivation in human somatic cells is reversible.Academic Article Why?
Maternal Rnf12/RLIM is required for imprinted X-chromosome inactivation in mice.Academic Article Why?
RLIM is dispensable for X-chromosome inactivation in the mouse embryonic epiblast.Academic Article Why?
Spatial partitioning of the regulatory landscape of the X-inactivation centre.Academic Article Why?
X-inactivation reveals epigenetic anomalies in most hESC but identifies sublines that initiate as expected.Academic Article Why?
X-inactivation status varies in human embryonic stem cell lines.Academic Article Why?
Pachytene asynapsis drives meiotic sex chromosome inactivation and leads to substantial postmeiotic repression in spermatids.Academic Article Why?
Hall-Anderson, LisaPerson Why?
Rlim/Rnf12, Rex1, and X Chromosome Inactivation.Academic Article Why?
Bach, IngolfPerson Why?
An ectopic human XIST gene can induce chromosome inactivation in postdifferentiation human HT-1080 cells.Academic Article Why?
Rlim-Dependent and -Independent Pathways for X Chromosome Inactivation in Female ESCs.Academic Article Why?
SPEN integrates transcriptional and epigenetic control of X-inactivation.Academic Article Why?
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