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Additional file 9 of The RNA-binding protein SERBP1 functions as a novel oncogenic factor in glioblastoma by bridging cancer metabolism and epigenetic regulation

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posted on 2020-08-07, 03:48 authored by Adam Kosti, Patricia Rosa de Araujo, Wei-Qing Li, Gabriela D. A. Guardia, Jennifer Chiou, Caihong Yi, Debashish Ray, Fabiana Meliso, Yi-Ming Li, Talia Delambre, Mei Qiao, Suzanne S. Burns, Franziska K. Lorbeer, Fanny Georgi, Markus Flosbach, Sarah Klinnert, Anne Jenseit, Xiufen Lei, Carolina Romero Sandoval, Kevin Ha, Hong Zheng, Renu Pandey, Aleksandra Gruslova, Yogesh K. Gupta, Andrew Brenner, Erzsebet Kokovay, Timothy R. Hughes, Quaid D. Morris, Pedro A. F. Galante, Stefano Tiziani, Luiz O. F. Penalva
Additional file 9: Table S8. Gene expression correlation analysis. Genes showing positive and negative (anti-correlation) with SERBP1 in TCGA GBM samples according to R2. Sheet 1, genes showing positive correlation with SERBP1 in TCGA GBM samples; sheet 2, GO analysis of genes showing positive correlation with SERBP1 in TCGA GBM samples; sheet 3, genes showing anti-correlation with SERBP1 in TCGA GBM samples; sheet 4, GO analysis of genes showing anti-correlation with SERBP1 in TCGA GBM samples; sheet 5, comparison between enriched GO terms in genes negatively correlated with SERBP1 vs. genes upregulated upon SERBP1 knockdown.

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