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Table 5 Association of DNA-M at each of the 18 CpGs with expression of their mapped genes

From: Changes in DNA methylation from pre- to post-adolescence are associated with pubertal exposures

CpGGeneRegionEstimateSEp value
cg21241889TRAF1Promoter− 386.899176.4980.030
cg00620824HLA-CPromoter3723.3577100.0790.600
cg05575921AHRRBody− 2.5830.7720.001
cg11001739MAD1L1Body− 4.8851.6340.003
cg26703534AHRRBody− 4.9892.2240.027
cg08770870RPH3ALBody2.8361.5840.076
cg12170787SBNO2Body121.68489.5540.176
cg08884752SKIBody− 20.27015.2470.186
cg08709672AVPR1BBody− 41.43444.1480.350
cg24296397BSNBody− 42.79556.3360.449
cg06271237PLAGL1Body− 6.5308.8630.463
cg16391678ITGALBody− 66.56491.6190.469
cg20295214AVPR1BBody10.41927.9760.710
cg08134671GNG75'UTR2.9243.4320.396
cg14753356IER3Intergenic− 8651.3002796.5890.002
cg04885881SRMIntergenic67.502136.3460.621
cg08109568FAN1Intergenic42.010313.3250.894
cg19663246PDE1CIntergenic0.0000.000NaN
  1. [1] DNA-M and expressions via RNA-seq measured at age 26 years [2]. DNA-M at these 18 CpGs are associated with pubertal exposures. [3] CpG sites showing statistically significant results are in bold font