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Human Epigenome Atlas

The Current Release (Release 9) of the Human Epigenome Atlas

The Human Epigenome Atlas is produced by the NIH Epigenomics Roadmap Consortium.

The Human Epigenome Atlas includes human reference epigenomes and the results of their integrative and comparative analyses. Successive releases of the Atlas will provide progressively more detailed insights into locus-specific epigenomic states, including histone marks and DNA methylation marks across specific tissues and cell types, developmental stages, physiological conditions, genotypes, and disease states.

Epigenome Atlas Release 9

More information and resources are available:

Request for Information (RFI): Challenges and Opportunities in Understanding Genome Structure/Function Relationships