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Comparison with other transcriptomes.

By Suyan Tian (133000), James G. Krueger (137246), Katherine Li (137248), Ali Jabbari (137249), Carrie Brodmerkel (137250), Michelle A. Lowes (115722) and Mayte Suárez-Fariñas (27734)

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<p>A. Cutaneous localization of MAD-5 transcriptome. 49% of MAD-5 genes (black rectangle) were identified as being part of the Epidermis (green rectangle) or Dermis (yellow rectangle) psoriasis transcriptome defined by the use of laser capture micro-dissection (LCM) techniques (using the same cutoffs FDR<0.05 and FCH>2). Genes identified in both Epidermis and Dermis transcriptomes are in the blue rectangle. B. Venn-Diagram showing the intersection between the MAD-3 psoriasis transcriptome and RNA-seq pilot experiment (using the same cutoffs FDR<0.05 and FCH>2). Numbers are colored in red and green to represent up-regulated or down-regulated genes respectively. The gray zone represents genes identified by RNA-seq but that were not physically present in the hgu133plus2 chips.</p

Topics: Physiology, Immunology, Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Developmental Biology, immunology, physiology, Computational biology, dermatology, mathematics
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0044274.g003
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/251964
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