Valency and Transitivity in Contact: An Overview

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Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)1-26
Number of pages26
JournalJournal of Language Contact
Issue number1
StatePublished - 2019

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Acknowledgements We thank S. Gorski and members of the Siegel laboratory for critical reading of the manuscript. We thank T. Achmedov for scRNA-seq technical assistance, M. Berriman, G. Ramasamy, P. Myler and L. Barquist for assistance with the genome assembly, J. Dekker, M. Imakaev, J. M. Belton and B. R. Lajoie for advice on Hi-C experimental design and analysis, K. Ersfeld for advice on epitope tagging of SCC1 and FISH, S. Kirchner and A. R. Batista for suggestions on ATAC-seq, T. Straub and F. Goth for providing server space and all members of the Engstler, Janzen, Kramer, Morriswood and Ladurner laboratories for valuable discussions. We thank C. Clayton and L. Glover for reagents and M. Urbiniak for sharing unpublished SCC1 data. This work was funded by the Young Investigator Program of the Research Center for Infectious Diseases (ZINF) at the University of Würzburg, Germany, the German Research Foundation (SI 1610/2-1 and SI 1610/3-1), the Center for Integrative Protein Science (CIPSM) and by an ERC Starting Grant (3D_Tryps 715466). L.S.M.M. was supported by a grant of the German Excellence Initiative to the Graduate School of Life Science, University of Würzburg. R.O.C. was supported by a Georg Forster Fellowship (Humboldt Foundation). T.D.O. was funded by Wellcome Trust grant: 098051.

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