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Additional file 1: of H3K27 acetylation and gene expression analysis reveals differences in placental chromatin activity in fetal growth restriction

Additional file 1: of H3K27 acetylation and gene expression analysis reveals differences in placental chromatin activity in fetal growth restriction
Additional file 1: of H3K27 acetylation and gene expression analysis reveals differences in placental chromatin activity in fetal growth restriction
Table S1. Differentially acetylated regions in FGR compared to controls. Table S2. Genes annotated to hyper- and hypoacetylated sites in placenta of FGR using a 20-kb window. Table S3. Functional pathways related to hypo- and hyperacetylated in placenta of FGR identified by GREAT. Table S4. Up- and downregulated gene transcripts in placenta of FGR compared to controls. Table S5. RNA-seq pathways TOPPfunn. Table S6. Functional pathways related to overlapping genes in CHIP-seq and RNA-seq. Table S7. AME output: differentially acetylated TFBMâ s in placenta of FGR vs. controls and functional pathways related to differentially acetylated TFBM (XLSX 694 kb)
Genetics, Developmental Biology, 59999 Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, 69999 Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Computational Biology, 19999 Mathematical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Molecular Biology, Medicine, Space Science, Microbiology, Cancer
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Paauw, N., Lely, A., Joles, J., Franx, A., Nikkels, P., Mokry, M. and Van Rijn, Bas (2018) Additional file 1: of H3K27 acetylation and gene expression analysis reveals differences in placental chromatin activity in fetal growth restriction. Figshare doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6679481.v1 [Dataset]

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Table S1. Differentially acetylated regions in FGR compared to controls. Table S2. Genes annotated to hyper- and hypoacetylated sites in placenta of FGR using a 20-kb window. Table S3. Functional pathways related to hypo- and hyperacetylated in placenta of FGR identified by GREAT. Table S4. Up- and downregulated gene transcripts in placenta of FGR compared to controls. Table S5. RNA-seq pathways TOPPfunn. Table S6. Functional pathways related to overlapping genes in CHIP-seq and RNA-seq. Table S7. AME output: differentially acetylated TFBMâ s in placenta of FGR vs. controls and functional pathways related to differentially acetylated TFBM (XLSX 694 kb)

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Published date: 2018
Keywords: Genetics, Developmental Biology, 59999 Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, 69999 Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Computational Biology, 19999 Mathematical Sciences not elsewhere classified, Molecular Biology, Medicine, Space Science, Microbiology, Cancer

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Creator: N. Paauw
Creator: A. Lely
Creator: J. Joles
Creator: A. Franx
Creator: P. Nikkels
Creator: M. Mokry
Creator: Bas Van Rijn

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