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Fig. 3 | BMC Bioinformatics

Fig. 3

From: Tissue-aware RNA-Seq processing and normalization for heterogeneous and sparse data

Fig. 3

Six highly expressed tissue-specific genes that are removed upon tissue-agnostic filtering. Boxplots of continuity-corrected log2 counts for six tissue-specific genes (a-f). These genes are retained when considering tissue-specificity and not when filtering in an unsupervised manner. Colors represent different tissues. Examples include (a) MUC7, (b) REG3A, (c) AHSG, (d) GKN1, (e) SMCP, and (f) NPPB

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