The Human Genomic Melting Map

Liu F, TÝstesen E, Sundet JK, Jenssen TK, Bock C, et al. (2007) PLoS Comput Biol. In press.

(doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.0030093.eor)


  

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Supplementary Analytical Results

A. Statistics of 'hg17' Human Genome Sequences (From UCSC GoldenPath Genome Browser)   [PDF document]

B. Global GC Content and Base Pair Composition Statistics of 'hg17' Human Genome Sequences   [PDF document]

C. Global Statistics of Human Genomics Melting Map   [1Kbp window, PDF document]; [100 bp window, PDF document] & of Randomized Melting Map   [1Kbp window, PDF document]; [100bp window, PDF document]

D. Genomic Melting Map Features and Cytoband Structure (UCSC, hg17), Isochore Map (ref. Constatini et al. 2006, supplementary data)    HTML

E. Statisitcs of Di-nucleotide Composition and their Melting Temperatures in the Human Genomics Melting Map & the Randomized Chromosomes   [PDF document]

F. Figures of 1K-window Averaged Melting Temperatures and its Distributions (both the Human Genomics Melting Map & the Randomized Melting Map)   [HTML]

G. Extreme High/Low (>90/<50) Melting Temperatures and its Locations in Each Chromosome   [HTML]

H. Correlations between Melting Temperatures and GC Contents using Various Window Sizes   [PDF document]

I. The Melting Temperature Distributions of Whole Chromosome, Exonic Regions and Non-Exonic Regions   [HTML]

J. Supplementary Information of EpiGraph Annotations   [PDF document]

K. EpiGRAPH Analysis Results   [HTML]

L. Global Wavelet Analysis   [HTML]

M. Local Wavelet Analysis   [HTML]