Additional file 1: Table S1. of Global profiling of alternative RNA splicing events provides insights into molecular differences between various types of hepatocellular carcinoma

Protein families encoded by transcripts that are differentially spliced in various types of HCC. Table S2. Bioinformatical prediction of functional changes caused by some of ASEs identified. Table S3. List of tumor suppressors for which AS is dysregulated in various types of HCC. Table S4. List of oncogenes for which AS is dysregulated in various types of HCC. Table S5. List of kinases for which AS is dysregulated in various types of HCC. Table S6. List of transcription factors for which AS is dysregulated in various types of HCC. Table S7. List of genes for which AS is dysregulated in all types of HCC. Table S8. List of genes uniquely dysregulated in HBV-associated HCC. Table S9. List of genes uniquely dysregulated in HCV-associated HCC. Table S10. List of genes uniquely dysregulated in HBV&HCV-associated HCC. Table S11. List of genes uniquely dysregulated in virus-free HCC. Figure S1. Characterization of splicing mysregulation in HCC. Figure S2. Characterization of ASEs that are modified in HBV- and HCV-associated HCC. Figure S3. AS modifications in transcripts encoded by kinases and transcriptions factores in HBV- and HCV-associated HCC. Figure S4. Global profiling of ASE modifications in both HBV&HCV-associated HCC and virus-free-associated HCC. Figure S5. RNA splicing factors in HCC. Figure S6. Modifications to AS of 96 transcripts in response to knockdown of splicing factors with specific siRNAs (PDF 6675 kb)