Non-backtracking walks reveal compartments in sparse chromatin interaction networks

22 Mar 2020 K. Polovnikov A. Gorsky S. Nechaev S. V. Razin S. Ulianov

Chromatin communities stabilized by protein machinery play essential role in gene regulation and refine global polymeric folding of the chromatin fiber. However, treatment of these communities in the framework of the classical network theory (stochastic block model, SBM) does not take into account intrinsic linear connectivity of the chromatin loci... (read more)

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