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Table 5 Brain Significant Module Trait Correlations

From: Transcriptomic analysis provides insights into molecular mechanisms of thermal physiology

Trait Module Correl coef FDR
P-value
Hub GS GS Positive
GS
body mass 12 °C ME1_brain -0.60 5.75E-04 MAP3K5 0.61 44.80%
body mass 28 °C ME3_brain 0.58 1.46E-03 LOC105919139 0.63 68.70%
CTmax 28 °C ME2_brain -0.60 2.01E-04 CIAO2B 0.36 44.90%
CTmax 28 °C ME3_brain -0.57 4.83E-04 RAD17 0.64 83.90%
CTmax 28 °C ME4_brain -0.67 2.38E-05 APOC1 -0.65 48.60%
WAM 28 °C ME4_brain -0.70 3.15E-06 APOC1 -0.68 50.00%
  AVERAGE 0.62     
  1. Significant brain versus ME correlations with FDR p < 0.05. Columns include: Trait = traits significantly correlated with a given ME (critical thermal maximum: CTmax, whole animal metabolic rate: WAM), Module = identifier for module eigengene (ME, first principal component of module), Correl coef = Pearson’s signed correlation coefficient for trait and ME, FDR P-value = multiple test corrected p-value for trait versus module correlation, Hub GS = mRNA with highest gene significance for the trait in the module, GS = gene significance, correlation between top module mRNA and trait, Positive GS = proportion of mRNAs in the module that are positively correlated with trait