Additional file 4: Figure S2. of Epigenetic assimilation in the aging human brain

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

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Permuted null distribution of mean ICC in AD twin samples. ICC densities of the permuted null from all samples compared with the mean ICC in the indicated subset sample of interest (red dashed line). a EAO cortex versus cerebellum using the top 5 % of differentially modified loci (permuted p = 0.014). b EAO cortex versus cerebellum using the bottom 5 % of differentially modified loci (permuted p = 0.51). c EAO cortex versus cerebellum using the nominally significant (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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