Illustration of the 44 tissues and cell lines included in the GTEx v6p project plus 3 data graphs
a, Illustration of the 44 tissues and cell lines included in the GTEx v6p project with the associated number of cis- (left) and trans-eGenes (right) and sample sizes. Each tissue has a unique colour code (defined in Supplementary Fig. 5). b, Fraction of genes that are eGenes across all tissues by transcript class. The three tissues highlighted are: testis, which has the highest proportion of trans-eGenes; skeletal muscle, which has the largest sample size; and fibroblasts, which have the highest proportion of cis-eGenes. Dark bars depict the fraction of all curated human genes in GENCODE v19. Light bars depict the fraction of genes expressed in one or more tissues. c, Proportion of expressed genes that are cis-eGenes (y-axis) as a function of tissue sample size (x-axis). Colours represent tissues, as in a. d, Number of trans-eQTLs (x-axis) per tissue (y-axis), with sample size indicated by point size.

Genetic effects on gene expression across human tissues

GTEx Consortium, et al Nature 550, 204–213 (12 October 2017) Abstract Characterization of the molecular function of the human genome and its variation across individuals is essential for …

UCSC TumorMap screen shot showing a Pancan12/SampleMap,

TumorMap: Exploring the Molecular Similarities of Cancer Samples in an Interactive Portal

By Yulia Newton, Adam M. Novak, Teresa Swatloski, Duncan C. McColl, Sahil Chopra, Kiley Graim, Alana S. Weinstein, Robert Baertsch, Sofie R. Salama, Kyle Ellrott, Manu Chopra, Theodore C. Goldstein, David Haussler, Olena Morozova and Joshua M. Stuart Abstract Vast amounts of molecular data are being collected on tumor samples, which provide unique opportunities for discovering …

Above the time axis are the posterior distributions of tMRCAs of major clades estimated with the root-and-tip-dating method. Color bars below the time axis represent paleontological records of the named mammoth species in Asia, Europe and North America. In Asia, shaded bars reflect that last occurrence dates for Southern and Steppe mammoths are uncertain.

The evolutionary and phylogeographic history of woolly mammoths: a comprehensive mitogenomic analysis

Abstract: Near the end of the Pleistocene epoch, populations of the woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) were distributed across parts of three continents, from western Europe …