An atlas of over 90.000 conserved noncoding sequences provides insight into crucifer regulatory regions

A. Haudry, A.E. Platts, E. Vello, D.R. Hoen, M. Leclerq, R.J. Williamson, E. Forczek, Z. Joly-Lopez, J.G. Steffen, K.M. Hazzouri, K. Dewar, J.R. Stinchcombe, D.J. Schoen, X. Wang, J. Schmutz, C.D. Town, P.P. Edger, J.C. Pires, K.S. Schumaker, D.E. JarvisT. Mandakova, M. Lysak, E. van den Bergh, M.E. Schranz, P.M. Harrison

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