A. Villin | ||||||
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Mean difference in expression log_{10} (ratio)^{a} | Median difference in intensity levels^{b} | P of t test^{c} | ||||
Percentile^{d} | Rank | Percentile | Rank | Percentile | Rank | |
Total genes (9706) | 0.0083 (0.83%) | 81 | 0.0093 (0.93%) | 91 | 0.018 | 176 |
Sequence-verified genes (4047) | 0.0074 (0.74%) | 30 | 0.0091 (0.91%) | 37 | 0.0170 | 70 |
B. Moesin | ||||||
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Mean difference in expression log_{10} (ratio) | Median difference in intensity levels | P of t test | ||||
Percentile | Rank | Percentile | Rank | Percentile | Rank | |
Total genes (9706) | 0.0073 (0.73%) | 71 | 0.0044 (0.44%) | 43 | 0.012 | 119 |
Sequence-verified genes (4047) | 0.0099 (0.99%) | 40 | 0.0064 (0.64%) | 26 | 0.0130 | 52 |
^{a} Difference = [mean of log_{10}(ratio) for colon lines) − (mean of log_{10}(ratio) for ovarian lines].
^{b} Difference = [(median of single-channel intensity levels for colon lines) − (median of single-channel intensity levels for ovarian lines)]. Hence, the values are positive for villin and negative for moesin.
^{c} Two-tailed P for the null hypothesis that there is no difference between the means of colon and ovarian expression ratios. The internal reference in each case is the cell pool, hence the expression ratios reflect relative colon-ovarian expression levels for villin and moesin.
^{d} Percentiles and ranks were calculated using only the sequence-verified genes in the set (i.e., those not marked SID in the original database).