DNMT3L modulates significant and distinct flanking sequence preference for DNA methylation by DNMT3A and DNMT3B in vivo

Bethany L. Wienholz, Michael S. Kareta, Amir H. Moarefi, Catherine A. Gordon, Paul A. Ginno, Frédéric Chédin

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