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Fig. 6 | Genome Biology

Fig. 6

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

Fig. 6

Association between osc-modCs and aging. a, b Scatterplot showing the relationship between aging magnitude and oscillation amplitude in two populational studies: a Hannum et al. (GSE40279) and b Hannon et al. (GSE80417). Black lines indicate fitted least squares regression lines with shaded gray area depicting 95% confidence intervals. Results produced using the subset of cytosines that exhibited both oscillating and aging effects. One outlier cytosine (Illumina probe ID “cg22454769”) was excluded from both figures for data visualization purposes. osc-modC, oscillating modified cytosine

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