Co-activation of super-enhancer-driven CCAT1 by TP63 and SOX2 promotes squamous cancer progression

Yuan Jiang, Yan Yi Jiang*, Jian Jun Xie, Anand Mayakonda, Masaharu Hazawa, Li Chen, Jin Fen Xiao, Chun Quan Li, Mo Li Huang, Ling Wen Ding, Qiao Yang Sun, Liang Xu, Deepika Kanojia, Maya Jeitany, Jian Wen Deng, Lian Di Liao, Harmik J. Soukiasian, Benjamin P. Berman, Jia Jie Hao, Li Yan XuEn Min Li, Ming Rong Wang, Xin Gang Bi, De Chen Lin, H. Phillip Koeffler

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