MOESM4 of Genomic interrogation of familial short stature contributes to the discovery of the pathophysiological mechanisms and pharmaceutical drug repositioning

  • Chien Hsiun Chen (Contributor)
  • Hsing Fang Lu (Contributor)
  • Wen Ling Liao (Creator)
  • Henry Sung Ching Wong (Creator)
  • Jer Yuarn Wu (Contributor)
  • Wei-Chiao Chang (Contributor)
  • Ying Ju Lin (Creator)
  • Fuu Jen Tsai (Contributor)



Additional file 4: Fig. S4. 309 of 1751 (17.65%) unique single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) with at least one active chromatin state segmentation (states 1~19) in the following 12 cells (with brain-related cells excluded): mesenchymal stem cell-derived adipocyte cultured cells, adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cell cultured cells, HSMM cell-derived skeletal muscle myotubes cell line, muscle satellite cultured cells, bone marrow-derived cultured mesenchymal stem cells, foreskin melanocyte primary cells skin 01, foreskin melanocyte primary cells skin 03, NHDF-Ad adult dermal fibroblast primary cells, breast variant human mammary epithelial cells (vHMEC), HMEC mammary epithelial primary cells, osteoblast primary cells, mesenchymal stem cell-derived chondrocyte cultured cells. (DOCX 554 kb)
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