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In this interesting paper, the authors develop an affinity enrichment-based method to perform genome-wide distribution analysis of 5-formyl-cytosine (5fC) and 5-carboxyl-cytosine (5caC) using specific antibodies tested by dot-blot. They generate 5fC...
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