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Table 1 Brain-specific signature as identified by the proposed method.

From: A novel data mining method to identify assay-specific signatures in functional genomic studies

Rank Gene ID Rank Gene ID Rank Gene ID Rank Gene ID
1 M63379* 18 D21267 (8) 35 U49869* 52 K03515*
2 S72043 (1) 19 D87463* 36 M25667 (18) 53 D49958 (27)
3 M13577 (3) 20 D78577 (19) 37 L20814 (20) 54 L18983*
4 D86974 21 L07807 (9) 38 D50310 55 D87460*
5 M27891* 22 X95404* 39 J05243 56 J04988
6 S40719 (3) 23 L10373 (11) 40 HG3437-HT3628 (10) 57 U51336*
7 J04615 (7) 24 X15341* 41 L11373* 58 HG4322-HT4592
8 X05196* 25 M16364 (12) 42 J04173 59 X51956*
9 M19311 26 M17733 43 M11749 (24) 60 U47634
10 U44839 (14) 27 D63851 (15) 44 X86809 (30) 61 M86400*
11 U48437 (6) 28 U04241 45 X04741 (22) 62 D49400
12 X99076 (5) 29 Y09836 (16) 46 M65066 (28) 63 X15183
13 M21142* 30 L37033 (23) 47 D87465 (29) 64 HG1862-HT1897
14 Z70759 31 M74491* 48 S82024 (26) 65 U60644*
15 HG1877-HT1917 (4) 32 S77356 49 D55654 66 S78296*
16 J03077* 33 J04046 (21) 50 L47738* 67 D13146*
17 M98539 (13) 34 M37457 (17) 51 D82343 (25)   
  1. Genes previously identified as part of this signature by Misra et al. [13] are presented in bold and their ranks are shown in parenthesis. Genes marked with an asterisk are deemed to be good markers of the specific tissue because previous studies haven shown them to be either functionally associated with the health/disease state of the specific tissue or expressed at high levels on it [17].