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Coexpression cluster:C4587

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Full id: C4587_left_large_Hepatocyte_skeletal_liver_mature_parotid



Phase1 CAGE Peaks

  Short description
Hg19::chr6:3000171..3000185,+ p3@NQO2
Hg19::chr6:3000195..3000214,+ p6@NQO2
Hg19::chr6:3000218..3000229,+ p7@NQO2


Enriched pathways on this co-expression clusterSummary:
Canonical pathway gene sets were compiled from Reactome, Wikipathways and KEGG. For the major signaling pathways, the transcriptionally-regulated genes (downstream targets) were obtained from Netpath. Combined, the canonical pathways and downstream targets totaled 489 human gene sets. The corresponding M. musculus gene sets were inferred by homology using the HomoloGene database. Enrichment for each of the canonical 489 pathways and gene sets included in the co-expression cluster was assessed by the hypergeometric probability. The resulting P values were also then adjusted by the Benjamini-Hochberg method for multiple comparisons.
Analyst: Emmanuel Dimont

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No results for this coexpression

Enriched Gene Ontology terms on this co-expression clusterSummary: Results for GOStat analysis on co-expressed clusters. Each cluster with promoters mapping to at least two different genes was analysed with GOStat (PMID: 14962934) with default parameter.
Analyst: Erik Arner

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No GOStat results

Enriched sample ontology terms on this co-expression clusterSummary:To summarize promoter activities (expression profile of a TSS region) across ~1000 samples, we performed enrichment analysis based on FANTOM5 Sample Ontology (FF ontology). The question here is “in which type of samples the promoter is more active”. To answer this question, we compared expressions (TPMs) in the samples associated with a sample ontology term and the rest of the samples by using the Mann-Whitney rank sum test. To summarize ontologies enriched in this co-expression cluster, we ran the same analysis on an averaged expression profile of all promoters that make up. Analyst: Hideya Kawaji

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uberon_data


Uber Anatomy
Ontology termp-valuen
anatomical conduit1.20e-11240
anatomical cluster3.95e-10373
multi-cellular organism5.64e-10656
tube3.69e-09192
anatomical group2.42e-08625
anatomical system2.56e-08624
multi-tissue structure1.20e-07342
epithelial tube1.24e-07117
larynx2.37e-079


Overrepresented TFBS (DNA) motifs on this co-expression clusterSummary:The values shown are the p-values for overrepresentation of the motif in this coexpression cluster. So a small p-value means a strong overrepresentation. Analyst: Michiel de Hoon

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Novel motifs
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Jaspar motifs
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Novel motifs



JASPAR motifs

Motifs-log10(p-value)
MA0003.11.0927
MA0004.10.826076
MA0006.10.639288
MA0007.10.804807
MA0009.11.3275
MA0014.14.7105
MA0017.10.686276
MA0019.10.990656
MA0024.11.21731
MA0025.11.46617
MA0027.12.95767
MA0028.10.658629
MA0029.11.23771
MA0030.11.22561
MA0031.11.15713
MA0038.10.94098
MA0040.11.24388
MA0041.10.847069
MA0042.10.810843
MA0043.11.32783
MA0046.11.31611
MA0048.10.341392
MA0050.10.81185
MA0051.10.936307
MA0052.11.24796
MA0055.10.190716
MA0056.10
MA0057.10.333427
MA0058.10.716037
MA0059.10.714521
MA0060.10.492218
MA0061.10.456531
MA0063.10
MA0066.10.941452
MA0067.11.65513
MA0068.10.405474
MA0069.11.31207
MA0070.11.30033
MA0071.10.897953
MA0072.11.29561
MA0073.129.1995
MA0074.10.935474
MA0076.10.734647
MA0077.11.28751
MA0078.11.04495
MA0081.10.714712
MA0083.11.33535
MA0084.11.84562
MA0087.11.29304
MA0088.10.257905
MA0089.10
MA0090.10.751469
MA0091.10.829044
MA0092.10.785956
MA0093.10.642957
MA0095.10
MA0098.10
MA0100.10.956299
MA0101.10.646932
MA0103.10.628063
MA0105.10.31555
MA0106.10.986396
MA0107.10.556367
MA0108.21.15387
MA0109.10
MA0111.10.767139
MA0113.11.00436
MA0114.10.549955
MA0115.11.57693
MA0116.10.560723
MA0117.13.02823
MA0119.10.695578
MA0122.11.39371
MA0124.11.53432
MA0125.11.44766
MA0130.10
MA0131.11.06461
MA0132.10
MA0133.10
MA0135.11.35921
MA0136.10.948776
MA0139.11.12079
MA0140.10.894983
MA0141.10.712476
MA0142.11.12317
MA0143.11.00455
MA0144.10.531867
MA0145.10.752137
MA0146.14.51393
MA0147.10.565108
MA0148.10.854239
MA0149.10.884158
MA0062.20.449458
MA0035.20.894194
MA0039.223.2454
MA0138.21.04628
MA0002.20.476938
MA0137.20.666381
MA0104.20.491226
MA0047.20.973066
MA0112.20.264678
MA0065.20.277623
MA0150.10.744617
MA0151.10
MA0152.10.902317
MA0153.11.43021
MA0154.12.30945
MA0155.11.31345
MA0156.10.669101
MA0157.11.09377
MA0158.10
MA0159.11.38935
MA0160.10.871361
MA0161.10
MA0162.19.09554
MA0163.14.77883
MA0164.11.01792
MA0080.20.643061
MA0018.20.987913
MA0099.20.902716
MA0079.210.8725
MA0102.21.88331
MA0258.10.519674
MA0259.10.575594
MA0442.10



ENCODE TF ChIP-seq peak enrichment analysisSummary: For each TF and each co-expression cluster, the number of promoters with ENCODE TF ChIP signal was compared with the rest of promoters from the robust set using Fisher's exact test. Clusters with significant ChIP enrichment (q <= 0.05) after Benjamini-Hochberg correction were retained.
Analyst: Erik Arner

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(#promoters = Number of promoters in this coexpression cluster that have ChIP signal of the TF)

TF#promotersEnrichmentp-valueq-value
CCNT2#90536.336201576962630.003930750035764890.0190976741247325
CEBPB#105137.971147625824820.001974187055288560.0115702649757173
CTCFL#140690319.74647435897440.0001298372005551160.00172278838632649
E2F1#186934.907389214879320.008460985347239390.0327401574168334
E2F6#187635.017155731697390.00791769806886330.0324039526867829
EBF1#187938.9064668465690.00141523283560980.0091867426265307
EGR1#195834.988179094810140.008056488137383440.0322194740409799
ELF1#199734.258097958807540.01295179875054610.0464612526519298
ELK4#2005316.2356816584680.0002336043955745990.00256275309552684
ETS1#211339.728760922202340.001085840092584840.00764796691593389
GABPB1#255337.067683836182170.002832212825417420.0154736072020177
HMGN3#932438.178547723350590.001827766942164210.0109111261316198
IRF1#365937.63716375356390.002244692747297240.012865408069091
PAX5#507936.669565531177830.003370290999677260.017359924132733
REST#597839.650028716128020.001112636247114590.00770829963598014
SIN3A#2594235.408884726815140.006318961977991520.0278071069826594
SP1#666735.69838137814090.005403962701712170.0247710876318521
STAT1#6772320.70658749719920.0001125992441046670.00155326277308774
TAF7#6879311.43306940492390.0006690181981945830.00545317970820605
TAL1#6886329.86861667744023.75103522793067e-050.000722527421928903
TCF12#6938310.63446490218640.0008313523990202070.0063173467113847
TFAP2A#7020316.5186343730450.0002218033880766340.00249299656127159
TFAP2C#7022310.80922860986020.0007916746575753130.00618458445377426
ZBTB7A#5134137.35190930787590.002516255860282270.0140803282143174
ZNF263#1012738.221841637010680.001799043925565870.011002538416711



Relative expression of the co-expression clusterSummary:Co-expression clusters are compared against FANTOM5 samples to obtain relative expression.
Analyst:NA

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This analysis result is provided for C0 - C305 clusters.