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Table 2 Using definitively phased SNP this table shows the number of genes and exons with greater than one SNP in them and the number and proportion of those tested where the same parental allele was expressed, i.e. the SNP were concordant

From: Extensive variation between tissues in allele specific expression in an outbred mammal

Tissue Genes with >1 ASE SNP Genes with concordant SNP (% tested) Exons with >1 ASE SNP Exons with concordant SNP (% tested)
Adrenal gland 347 278 (80.1 %) 224 194 (86.6 %)
Brain caudal lobe 314 358 (66.7 %) 196 230 (74.9 %)
Brain cerebellum 334 249 (76.6 %) 185 173 (86.0 %)
Heart 340 254 (80.8 %) 196 175 (89.2 %)
Intestinal lymph 433 256 (76.6 %) 220 160 (86.4 %)
Kidney 943 241 (70.8 %) 551 156 (79.5 %)
Leg muscle 252 550 (58.3 %) 129 386 (70.0 %)
Liver 872 186 (73.8 %) 524 97 (75.1 %)
Lung 1124 506 (58.0 %) 711 363 (69.2 %)
Mammary gland 187 588 (52.3 %) 100 443 (62.3 %)
Ovary 254 293 (67.6 %) 131 162 (73.6 %)
Skin black 536 147 (78.6 %) 307 82 (82 %)
Skin white 440 199 (78.3 %) 268 108 (82.4 %)
Spleen 260 196 (75.3 %) 126 102 (80.9 %)
Thymus 132 108 (81.8 %) 79 71 (89.8 %)
Thyroid 470 383 (81.4 %) 264 227 (85.9 %)
Tongue 216 174 (80.5 %) 111 96 (86.4 %)
White blood cells 325 327 (74.3 %) 201 215 (91.4 %)
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