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Table 3 PC7 Tissue Partitioning and Ordering. Partitioning and ordering of tissues into sets UP 7 (n = 51) and DOWN 7 (n = 48) sets found to have significant expression differences for H 7 and L 7 at test1Thresh = 0.05. Tissues within groups are ordered by decreasing abs (mean (H 7 )–mean(L 7 )), which has the effect of placing the most significantly affected tissues at the top of each list. The most significant tissues in UP 7 are at the left of Figure 2, and the most significant conditions in DOWN 7 are at the right of Figure 2.

From: Mining gene expression data by interpreting principal components

UP7 DOWN7
SmoothMuscle PB-CD19+Bcells
SmoothMuscle PB-CD19+Bcells
CardiacMyocytes PB-BDCA4+Dentritic_Cells
ADIPOCYTE PB-BDCA4+Dentritic_Cells
ADIPOCYTE lymphomaburkittsRaji
CardiacMyocytes lymphomaburkittsDaudi
TestisGermCell lymphomaburkittsDaudi
bronchialepithelialcells lymphomaburkittsRaji
bronchialepithelialcells PB-CD56+NKCells
PLACENTA bonemarrow
PLACENTA bonemarrow
TestisInterstitial PB-CD56+NKCells
UterusCorpus leukemiapromyelocytic(hl60)
Uterus 721_B_lymphoblasts
FetalThyroid Tonsil
OlfactoryBulb Tonsil
TestisLeydigCell WHOLEBLOOD
UterusCorpus 721_B_lymphoblasts
FetalThyroid leukemiapromyelocytic(hl60)
atrioventricularnode WHOLEBLOOD
TestisInterstitial thymus
TestisLeydigCell PB-CD8+Tcells
TestisSeminiferousTubule PB-CD8+Tcells
atrioventricularnode thymus
DRG lymphnode
Fetallung Heart
Uterus lymphnode
Ciliaryganglion PB-CD14+Monocytes
TestisGermCell PB-CD4+Tcells
AdrenalCortex PB-CD4+Tcells
Fetallung PB-CD14+Monocytes
Ciliaryganglion BM-CD71+EarlyErythroid
DRG BM-CD34+
TONGUE Liver
SuperiorCervicalGanglion Heart
Ovary BM-CD71+EarlyErythroid
TestisSeminiferousTubule BM-CD34+
Skin BM-CD105+Endothelial
OlfactoryBulb salivarygland
TONGUE leukemialymphoblastic(molt4)
Ovary Liver
TrigeminalGanglion Lung
AdrenalCortex Lung
PancreaticIslets leukemialymphoblastic(molt4)
Skin BM-CD105+Endothelial
Fetalbrain BM-CD33+Myeloid
TrigeminalGanglion salivarygland
Fetalbrain BM-CD33+Myeloid
Amygdala  
SuperiorCervicalGanglion  
PrefrontalCortex