Additional file 2: Figure S1. of Epigenetic assimilation in the aging human brain

  • Sasha Ebrahimi (Contributor)
  • Gabriel Oh (Contributor)
  • Sun-Chong Wang (Contributor)
  • Zachary Kaminsky (Contributor)
  • Brenda L. Plassman (Contributor)
  • Rene Cortese (Contributor)
  • Arturas Petronis (Contributor)
  • Irving I. Gottesman (Contributor)
  • James R. Burke (Contributor)



Examples of data distribution for DNA modification and transcriptome data in older (>75 years) and younger (>75 years) individuals. Violin plots showing representative densities of DNA modification (beta values) and probe signal intensities in transcriptome data for older and younger individuals for a given probe. One-tailed F-test was used to identify cases where older individuals had lower variance than the young (i.e., F-test p 
Date made available28 Apr 2016
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  • Epigenetic assimilation in the aging human brain

    Oh, G., Ebrahimi, S., Wang, S. C., Cortese, R., Kaminsky, Z. A., Gottesman, I. I., Burke, J. R., Plassman, B. L. & Petronis, A., 28 Apr 2016, In: Genome Biology. 17, 1, 76.

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