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Thus, the accessibility of an entire cluster of antigen receptor gene segments can be regulated at the scale of several hundred kilobases of DNA. Furthermore, it has also been shown that the antigen receptor loci undergo large-scale locus contraction during lymphocyte development [176–178]. This locus contraction, which probably occurs via chromosomal looping [177–179] and seems to be regulated by transcription factors such as Pax5 , YY1 , Ikaros , and CTCF , brings recombinationally active gene segments into proximity with one another, thereby facilitating the joining of otherwise distant V, D, and J gene segments.