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Table 3 SNPs with allele-specific expression in both LA and LV

From: Allele-specific expression in the human heart and its application to postoperative atrial fibrillation and myocardial ischemia

     LA LV
SNP Gene Chr Location Samples REF/ALT + REF FDR-adj. p value Samples REF/ALT + REF FDR-adj. p value
rs3810232 RPS9 19 54,704,760 35 0.05 <10-300 76 0.03 4 × 10–104
rs1046138 PKP2 12 32,944,162 32 0.84 1 × 10–253 64 0.92 8 × 10–194
rs422733 COL4A2 13 111,164,614 33 0.92 2 × 10–291 74 0.92 1 × 10–84
rs202118461 LYRM5 12 25,357,576 32 0.86 <10–300 60 0.95 9 × 10–76
rs1060391 YWHAB 20 43,536,807 28 0.80 8 × 10–164 64 0.90 1 × 10–99
rs2075846 OXA1L 14 23,239,512 33 0.91 2 × 10–90 66 0.92 5 × 10–178
rs1042917 COL6A2 21 47,545,768 31 0.75 2 × 10–161 78 0.73 2 × 10–72
rs7988661 LMO7 13 76,427,347 11 0.72 1 × 10–72 30 0.74 2 × 10–70
rs7772210 MTCH1 6 36,936,771 29 0.92 9 × 10–44 58 0.91 1 × 10–209
rs7988661 LMO7 13 76,427,347 11 0.72 1 × 10–72 30 0.74 2 × 10–70
  1. The table shows ten of the SNPs with significant ASE in both LA and LV, sorted by the sum of ranked p values for ASE calling for both LA and LV. Shown is the SNP rsID, the gene it is located within, the genomic location, number of heterozygous samples for both LA and LV available for ASE calling, the REF/ALT + REF ratio, and the FDR-adjusted p value for ASE for LA and LV tissues