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Fig. 4

From: Circadian oscillations of cytosine modification in humans contribute to epigenetic variability, aging, and complex disease

Fig. 4

Association between oscillating cytosines and modification differences in cell lineages. a, b Cytosine modification densities of seven purified white blood cells within a all measured cytosines and b cytosines that were identified as oscillating in neutrophils. c Overlaps between neutrophil osc-modCs and differentially modified cytosine positions in various pairs of blood cell fractions. The size of the circles depicts log2 odds ratio of the overlap, and the shading represents the number of FDR-significant modification differences detected between pairwise comparisons of cell types. modC, modified cytosine

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