Additional file 3 of Genome-wide epigenetic analyses in Japanese immigrant plantation workers with Parkinson’s disease and exposure to organochlorines reveal possible involvement of glial genes and pathways involved in neurotoxicity
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Additional file 3: Figure S1. IPA® gene and function interconnection network of 15 genes with blood DML (p < 0.0001) that are associated with PD and other similar disorders, as derived from the comparison of PD cases with Plantation Work 10+ vs 0 years. Figure S2. IPA® gene and function interconnection network of 27 genes with blood DML (p < 0.001) that are associated with neurological development and abnormal brain morphology, as derived from the comparison of PD cases with 4+ OGCs and vs 0–2 OGCs.