“Adopt-a-Tissue” Initiative Advances Efforts to Identify Tissue-Specific Histone Marks in the Mare

N. B. Kingsley, Natasha A. Hamilton, Gabriella Lindgren, Ludovic Orlando, Ernie Bailey, Samantha Brooks, Molly McCue, T. S. Kalbfleisch, James N. MacLeod, Jessica L. Petersen, Carrie J. Finno, Rebecca R. Bellone

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number649959
JournalFrontiers in Genetics
StatePublished - Mar 26 2021

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The authors would like to acknowledge Drs. Catherine Creppe, Paola Genevini, and the other members of the Diagenode Epigenomics Services Team for their high-quality histone mark profiling service. The authors would also like to thank Drs. Colin Kern, Huaijun Zhou, Pablo Ross, Ying Wang, and the other members of the UC Davis FAANG group for providing technical expertise and feedback. Additionally, the authors would like to recognize the contributions from horse owners that made this work possible. Funding. Funding for experimental materials, and other resources was provided by the Grayson Jockey Club Foundation, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) NRSP-8 equine species coordinator funds, a Priority Partnership Collaboration Award from the University of Sydney and University of California, Davis, and the Center for Equine Health (CEH) at UC Davis with funds provided by the State of California pari-mutuel fund and contributions by private donors. Support for NK was provided by the Grayson Jockey Club Foundation, USDA (2018-06530), Morris Animal Foundation (D16-EQ-028), and a CEH fellowship. Support for CF was provided by the National Institutes of Health (L40 TR001136). Publication fees supplied by UC Davis Open Access Publication Fund.


  • annotation
  • chromatin
  • collaboration
  • consortium
  • epigenetics
  • genome
  • horse
  • regulation

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