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Barakat TStefan, Gribnau J.  2014.  Combined DNA-RNA fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) to study X chromosome inactivation in differentiated female mouse embryonic stem cells.J Vis Exp. (88)
Williamson I, Berlivet S, Eskeland R, Boyle S, Illingworth R, Paquette D, Dostie J, Bickmore WA.  2014.  Spatial genome organization: contrasting views from chromosome conformation capture and fluorescence in situ hybridization.Genes Dev. 28(24):2778-91.
Bird TG, Lu W-Y, Boulter L, Gordon-Keylock S, Ridgway RA, Williams MJ, Taube J, Thomas JA, Wojtacha D, Gambardella A et al..  2013.  Bone marrow injection stimulates hepatic ductular reactions in the absence of injury via macrophage-mediated TWEAK signaling.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 110(16):6542-7.
Navarro P, Festuccia N, Colby D, Gagliardi A, Mullin NP, Zhang W, Karwacki-Neisius V, Osorno R, Kelly D, Robertson M et al..  2012.  OCT4/SOX2-independent Nanog autorepression modulates heterogeneous Nanog gene expression in mouse ES cells.EMBO J. 31(24):4547-62.
Payne C, Samuel K, Pryde A, King J, Brownstein D, Schrader J, Medine C.N, Forbes SJ, Iredale JP, Newsome PN et al..  2011.  Persistence of functional hepatocyte-like cells in immune-compromised mice.Liver Int. 31(2):254-62.
Barakat TStefan, Gunhanlar N, Pardo CGontan, Achame EMulugeta, Ghazvini M, Boers R, Kenter A, Rentmeester E, J Grootegoed A, Gribnau J.  2011.  RNF12 activates Xist and is essential for X chromosome inactivation.PLoS Genet. 7(1):e1002001.
Brown JM, Green J, Neves RPires das, Wallace HAC, Smith AG, Hughes J, Gray N, Taylor S, Wood WG, Higgs DR et al..  2008.  Association between active genes occurs at nuclear speckles and is modulated by chromatin environment.J Cell Biol. 182(6):1083-97.
Smith JR, Maguire S, Davis LA, Alexander M, Yang F, Chandran S, ffrench-Constant C, Pedersen RA.  2008.  Robust, persistent transgene expression in human embryonic stem cells is achieved with AAVS1-targeted integration.Stem Cells. 26(2):496-504.
Wallace HAC, Marques-Kranc F, Richardson M, Luna-Crespo F, Sharpe JA, Hughes J, Wood WG, Higgs DR, Smith AG.  2007.  Manipulating the mouse genome to engineer precise functional syntenic replacements with human sequence.Cell. 128(1):197-209.
Watt AJ, Jones EA, Ure JM, Peddie D, Wilson DI, Forrester LM.  2001.  A gene trap integration provides an early in situ marker for hepatic specification of the foregut endoderm.Mech Dev. 100(2):205-15.
O'Carroll D, Scherthan H, Peters AH, Opravil S, Haynes AR, Laible G, Rea S, Schmid M, Lebersorger A, Jerratsch M et al..  2000.  Isolation and characterization of Suv39h2, a second histone H3 methyltransferase gene that displays testis-specific expression.Mol Cell Biol. 20(24):9423-33.
Dobie KW, Lee M, Fantes JA, Graham E, Clark AJ, Springbett A, Lathe R, McClenaghan M.  1996.  Variegated transgene expression in mouse mammary gland is determined by the transgene integration locus.Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 93(13):6659-64.
Smith AG, De Sousa MA, Kwabi-Addo B, Heppell-Parton A, Impey H, Rabbitts P.  1995.  A site-directed chromosomal translocation induced in embryonic stem cells by Cre-loxP recombination.Nat Genet. 9(4):376-85.