Table 3

Inferred Pathology Gene Expression Patterns

Pathology

Number of Genes

% of Genes


ulcerative colitis

1

0.1094


neoplasia

1

0.1094


rheumatoid arthritis

1

0.1094


cirrhosis

1

0.1094


hyperplasia

1

0.1094


choriocarcinoma

6

0.6565


seminoma

7

0.7659


carcinoma in situ

10

1.0941


liposarcoma

12

1.3129


Schwannoma

13

1.5317


arthritis

15

1.86


goitre

21

2.6258


papillary serous carcinoma

27

2.954


phaeochromocytoma

29

3.3917


monocytic

32

3.5011


schizophrenia

59

6.7834


sarcoma

62

6.8928


Denys-drash

70

8.2057


Wilms

76

8.4245


fibrosarcoma

95

10.7221


Ewing's

101

11.5974


osteosarcoma

110

12.4726


lymphoblastic

106

12.5821


hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

126

14.2232


medulloblastoma

141

15.6455


osteoarthritis

145

16.0832


fibrothecoma

150

17.3961


Burkitt's

161

18.8184


lymphocytic

180

20.2407


myeloma

195

22.3195


glioma

226

25.4923


enchondroma

234

26.2582


rhabdomyosarcoma

233

26.477


leukaemia

234

26.9147


teratocarcinoma

247

28.1182


myeloid

247

28.2276


malignant tumour

280

31.291


astrocytoma

281

31.6193


insulinoma

281

31.9475


retinoblastoma

297

34.0263


cystic fibrosis

302

34.1357


lymphoma

309

35.3392


T-cell leukemia

317

36.3239


adenoma

345

38.2932


meningioma

345

38.9497


leiomyosarcoma

383

43.5449


carcinoid

431

48.3589


ascites

428

48.5777


neuroblastoma

451

51.0941


oligodendroglioma

463

52.1882


melanoma

475

54.0481


glioblastoma

508

57.3304


chondrosarcoma

580

65.4267


tumour

633

71.663


adenocarcinoma

684

77.5711


carcinoma

715

80.9628


normal

765

86.4333


The pathology expression pattern of the gene corresponding to each cDNA sequence was inferred. The human orthologs of each cDNA sequence were used to infer pathology gene expression patterns using expression data (egenetic data) obtained from biomart. The results include 57 pathology terms exhibiting expression of the cDNA sequences. The number of genes with inferred expression in each type of pathology is indicated (Number of Genes), as well the percentage of genes with inferred expression in each type of pathology (% of Genes).

Irizarry et al. BMC Genomics 2012 13:31   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-31

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