Comparative Heterochromatin Profiling Reveals Conserved and Unique Epigenome Signatures Linked to Adaptation and Development of Malaria Parasites.

Fraschka, SA; Filarsky, M; Hoo, R; Niederwieser, I; Yam, XY; Brancucci, NMB; Mohring, F; Mushunje, AT; Huang, X; Christensen, PR; +8 more... Nosten, F; Bozdech, Z; Russell, B; Moon, RW; Marti, M; Preiser, PR; Bártfai, R; Voss, TS; (2018) Comparative Heterochromatin Profiling Reveals Conserved and Unique Epigenome Signatures Linked to Adaptation and Development of Malaria Parasites. Cell host & microbe. ISSN 1931-3128 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chom.2018.01.008

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