MOESM1 of Ovarian cancer detection by DNA methylation in cervical scrapings
journal contributionposted on 28.11.2019, 04:59 by Tzu-I Wu, Rui-Lan Huang, Po-Hsuan Su, Shih-Peng Mao, Chen-Hsuan Wu, Hung-Cheng Lai
Additional file 1. Figure S1. The differential methylation analysis on three datasets. Figure S2. The verification of HIST1H3E DNA methylation using bisulfite pyrosequencing in ovarian tissues Table S1. Clinicopatological features of clinical samplings for identification of DNA methylomics profiles Table S2. Summary of KEGG and Reactome pathways related to 151 differential methylation of candidate genes in ovarian cancer Table S3. The primers for quantitative methylation-specific PCR and bisulfite pyrosequencing Table S4. Summary methylation level of 151 DM genes in TMU-tissue set Table S5. Summary of differential methylation levels in eight genes from DNA pools of cervical scrapings Table S6. Comparisons of the methylation level between young and old cases using normal cervical scrapings.