Additional file 7: Figure S4. of Epigenetic assimilation in the aging human brain

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

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Permuted null distribution of mean domain length. The histogram represents the densities of the permuted null distribution from all samples and the red dashed line is the mean domain length in the indicated subset sample of interest (i.e., older individuals (>75 years), EAO cortex, or AD buccal cells). a Mean DNA modification domain length of older individual in the cerebral cortex (permuted p = 0.01). b Mean DNA modification domain length of older individual in the cerebellum (permuted p = 0.13). c Mean domain length of older individual transcriptome in the cerebral cortex (permuted p = 0.01). d Mean domain length of older individual transcriptome in the cerebellum (permuted p = 0.51). e Mean domain length of the EAO cerebral cortex (permuted p = 0.015). f Mean domain length of the AD-affected twin buccal samples (permuted p = 0.04). (PDF 131 kb)
Date made available28 Apr 2016
Publisherfigshare Academic Research System
  • 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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