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Table 3 Inferred Pathology Gene Expression Patterns

From: Sequencing and comparative genomic analysis of 1227 Felis catus cDNA sequences enriched for developmental, clinical and nutritional phenotypes

Pathology Number of Genes % of Genes
ulcerative colitis 1 0.1094
neoplasia 1 0.1094
rheumatoid arthritis 1 0.1094
cirrhosis 1 0.1094
hyperplasia 1 0.1094
choriocarcinoma 6 0.6565
seminoma 7 0.7659
carcinoma in situ 10 1.0941
liposarcoma 12 1.3129
Schwannoma 13 1.5317
arthritis 15 1.86
goitre 21 2.6258
papillary serous carcinoma 27 2.954
phaeochromocytoma 29 3.3917
monocytic 32 3.5011
schizophrenia 59 6.7834
sarcoma 62 6.8928
Denys-drash 70 8.2057
Wilms 76 8.4245
fibrosarcoma 95 10.7221
Ewing's 101 11.5974
osteosarcoma 110 12.4726
lymphoblastic 106 12.5821
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy 126 14.2232
medulloblastoma 141 15.6455
osteoarthritis 145 16.0832
fibrothecoma 150 17.3961
Burkitt's 161 18.8184
lymphocytic 180 20.2407
myeloma 195 22.3195
glioma 226 25.4923
enchondroma 234 26.2582
rhabdomyosarcoma 233 26.477
leukaemia 234 26.9147
teratocarcinoma 247 28.1182
myeloid 247 28.2276
malignant tumour 280 31.291
astrocytoma 281 31.6193
insulinoma 281 31.9475
retinoblastoma 297 34.0263
cystic fibrosis 302 34.1357
lymphoma 309 35.3392
T-cell leukemia 317 36.3239
adenoma 345 38.2932
meningioma 345 38.9497
leiomyosarcoma 383 43.5449
carcinoid 431 48.3589
ascites 428 48.5777
neuroblastoma 451 51.0941
oligodendroglioma 463 52.1882
melanoma 475 54.0481
glioblastoma 508 57.3304
chondrosarcoma 580 65.4267
tumour 633 71.663
adenocarcinoma 684 77.5711
carcinoma 715 80.9628
normal 765 86.4333
  1. The pathology expression pattern of the gene corresponding to each cDNA sequence was inferred. The human orthologs of each cDNA sequence were used to infer pathology gene expression patterns using expression data (egenetic data) obtained from biomart. The results include 57 pathology terms exhibiting expression of the cDNA sequences. The number of genes with inferred expression in each type of pathology is indicated (Number of Genes), as well the percentage of genes with inferred expression in each type of pathology (% of Genes).