Hypoxia increases genome-wide bivalent epigenetic marking by specific gain of H3K27me3

P. Prickaerts, M.E. Adriaens, T. van den Beucken, E. Koch, L. Dubois, V.E.H. Dahlmans, C. Gits, C.T.A. Evelo, M. Chan-Seng-Yue, B.G. Wouters*, J.W. Voncken*

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