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Additional file 14 of Reference genome and transcriptome informed by the sex chromosome complement of the sample increase ability to detect sex differences in gene expression from RNA-Seq data

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posted on 2020-07-22, 06:11 authored by Kimberly C. Olney, Sarah M. Brotman, Jocelyn P. Andrews, Valeria A. Valverde-Vesling, Melissa A. Wilson
Additional file 14: Differentially expressed genes between the sexes that were uniquely and jointly called between reference genomes. Genes that are differentially expressed between the sexes, male XY and female XX, for whole blood, brain cortex, breast, liver, and thyroid samples. Differentially expressed genes that are uniquely called when using either the default or sex chromosome complement informed reference genome and differentially expressed genes that were jointly called between the reference genomes.


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