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Super-Resolution Imaging of a 2.5 Kb Non-Repetitive DNA in situ in the Nuclear Genome Using Molecular Beacon Probes
High-resolution visualization of short non-repetitive DNA in situ in the nuclear genome is essential for studying looping interactions and chromatin organization in single cells. Recent advances in fluorescence in situ ...
Integrating Hi-C and FISH Data for Modeling of the 3D Organization of Chromosomes
(Nature Publishing Group, 2019-05-03)
The new advances in various experimental techniques that provide complementary information about the spatial conformations of chromosomes have inspired researchers to develop computational methods to fully exploit the ...