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Chromatin is dynamically remodeled to allow regulation of gene expression and other processes that require access to DNA. Key chromatin remodelers include the polycomb and trithorax complexes. Explore our new guide to Polycomb and Trithorax proteins, articles, webinars, and products, such as ChIP-grade antibodies, to support your chromatin remodeling research.
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