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Fig. 3 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 3

From: ISOexpresso: a web-based platform for isoform-level expression analysis in human cancer

Fig. 3

An example of inferring candidate tumor-specific isoform. This figure shows the comparison of isoform expression levels of FOXM1 between normal and tumor tissues in the LUAD cancer type. Two types of candidate tumor-specific isoforms are observed: the first isoform, uc001qle.3, is identified as a Type I (weak) candidate, and the second isoform, uc001qlf.3, is detected as a Type II candidate due to the switch of major isoform under tumor condition with a median-based fold change of 29.3-fold upregulation

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