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Differential DNA methylation between NSCLC and normal lung samples.

By Kaie Lokk (154522), Tõnu Vooder (154526), Raivo Kolde (154529), Kristjan Välk (154534), Urmo Võsa (102394), Retlav Roosipuu (154538), Lili Milani (73375), Krista Fischer (45881), Marina Koltsina (154544), Egon Urgard (154548), Tarmo Annilo (154551), Andres Metspalu (61760) and Neeme Tõnisson (154555)


<p>DNA methylation levels are shown for the top 100 CpG sites with the highest delta Beta values (FDR corrected) of DNA methylation between cancer tissue and normal lung tissue. Methylation Beta-values are represented as row Z-scores. A heatmap was generated using unsupervised 2D hierarchical cluster analysis. Red indicates high methylation and blue indicates low methylation relative to the row mean.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Genetics, Cancer, dna, methylation, nsclc
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039813.g001
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