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MCL coexpression mm9:3709

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Phase1 CAGE Peaks

 Short description
Mm9::chr9:46043714..46043748,-p2@Apoc3
Mm9::chr9:46043765..46043776,-p4@Apoc3
Mm9::chr9:46043839..46043872,-p3@Apoc3


Enriched pathways on this co-expression cluster<b>Summary:</b><br>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.<br><b>Analyst: </b>Emmanuel Dimont<br><br>link to source dataset<br>data


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Relative expression of the co-expression cluster over median <br>Analyst:





Enriched sample ontology terms on this co-expression cluster<b>Summary:</b>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. <b>Analyst:</b> Hideya Kawaji <br><br>links to source dataset<br><br>cell_data<br>uberon_data<br><br>


Uber Anatomy
Ontology termp-valuen
intestine5.61e-2531
gastrointestinal system1.55e-1647
mucosa7.28e-1515
endoderm-derived structure6.02e-13118
endoderm6.02e-13118
presumptive endoderm6.02e-13118
intestinal mucosa1.31e-1213
anatomical wall1.31e-1213
wall of intestine1.31e-1213
gastrointestinal system mucosa1.31e-1213
digestive system3.98e-12116
digestive tract3.98e-12116
primitive gut3.98e-12116
organ component layer5.00e-1124
liver7.73e-1122
epithelial sac7.73e-1122
digestive gland7.73e-1122
epithelium of foregut-midgut junction7.73e-1122
anatomical boundary7.73e-1122
hepatobiliary system7.73e-1122
foregut-midgut junction7.73e-1122
hepatic diverticulum7.73e-1122
liver primordium7.73e-1122
septum transversum7.73e-1122
liver bud7.73e-1122
subdivision of digestive tract8.67e-11114
digestive tract diverticulum3.82e-1023
sac3.82e-1023
epithelium of mucosa4.90e-099
gastrointestinal system epithelium4.90e-099
intestinal epithelium4.90e-099
exocrine gland6.24e-0925
exocrine system6.24e-0925
simple columnar epithelium5.60e-0711
gut epithelium6.94e-0755


TFBS overrepresentation<b>Summary:</b>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. <b>Analyst:</b> Michiel de Hoon <br><br>link to source data <br> Novel motifs <br>data <br><br> Jaspar motifs <br>data


Novel motifs




JASPAR motifs


Motifs-log10(p-value)

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