Alternative REST Splicing Underappreciated

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Chen, Guo-Lin; Miller, Gregory;
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As a major orchestrator of the cellular epigenome, the repressor element-1 silencing transcription factor (REST) can either repress or activate thousands of genes depending on cellular context, suggesting a highly context-dependent REST function tuned by environmental c... View more
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