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Trait Data and Analysis  for Record ID TC0900002327.mm.1

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Gene Symbol: Chrna3
Aliases: (a)3; A730007P14Rik; Acra-3; Acra3; LNCR2; PAOD2; MGC104879; CHRNA3
Description: cholinergic receptor, nicotinic, alpha 3 (neuronal)
Location: Chr 9 @ 55.163536 Mb on the minus strand
Target Score:
Species and Group: Mouse, BXD
Database 3: EPFL/LISP BXD CD Subcutaneous WAT Affy MTA 1.0 Gene Level (Feb16) RMA
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  Basic Statistics



StatisticValue
N of Samples42
Mean7.204
Median7.192
Standard Error (SE)0.018
Standard Deviation (SD)0.116
Minimum6.943
Maximum7.585
Range (log2)0.642
Range (fold)1.560
Interquartile Range1.075

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  Calculate Correlations

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The Sample Correlation is computed between trait data and any
other traits in the sample database selected above. Use Spearman Rank
when the sample size is small (<20) or when there are influential outliers.
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The Literature Correlation (Lit r) between this gene and all other genes is computed
using the Semantic Gene Organizer and human, rat, and mouse data from PubMed.
Values are ranked by Lit r, but Sample r and Tissue r are also displayed.

More on using Lit r
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The Tissue Correlation (Tissue r) estimates the similarity of expression of two genes
or transcripts across different cells, tissues, or organs (glossary). Tissue correlations
are generated by analyzing expression in multiple samples usually taken from single cases.
Pearson and Spearman Rank correlations have been computed for all pairs of genes
using data from mouse samples.

  Mapping Tools

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Interval Mapping computes linkage maps for the entire genome or single
chromosomes. The Permutation Test estimates suggestive and significant
linkage scores. The Bootstrap Test estimates the precision of the QTL location.

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Marker regression computes and displays LRS values for individual markers.
This function also lists additive effects (phenotype units per allele) and
dominance deviations for some datasets.

Chromosome:
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Composite Interval Mapping allows you to control for a single marker as
a cofactor. To find a control marker, run the Marker Regression function.

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Permutation Test (n=500)



Pair-Scan searches for pairs of chromosomal regions that are
involved in two-locus epistatic interactions.

  Review and Edit Data

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IndexSampleValue
1 B6D2F1
2 D2B6F1
3 C57BL/6J
4 DBA/2J
5 BXD1
6 BXD2
7 BXD5
8 BXD6
9 BXD8
10 BXD9
11 BXD11
12 BXD12
13 BXD13
14 BXD14
15 BXD15
16 BXD16
17 BXD18
18 BXD19
19 BXD20
20 BXD21
21 BXD22
22 BXD23
23 BXD24
24 BXD24a
25 BXD25
26 BXD27
27 BXD28
28 BXD29
29 BXD30
30 BXD31
31 BXD32
32 BXD33
33 BXD34
34 BXD35
35 BXD36
36 BXD37
37 BXD38
38 BXD39
39 BXD40
40 BXD41
41 BXD42
42 BXD43
43 BXD44
44 BXD45
45 BXD48
46 BXD48a (BXD96)
47 BXD49
48 BXD50
49 BXD51
50 BXD52
51 BXD53
52 BXD54
53 BXD55
54 BXD56
55 BXD59
56 BXD60
57 BXD61
58 BXD62
59 BXD63
60 BXD64
61 BXD65
62 BXD65a (BXD97)
63 BXD65b (BXD92)
64 BXD66
65 BXD67
66 BXD68
67 BXD69
68 BXD70
69 BXD71
70 BXD72
71 BXD73
72 BXD73a (BXD80)
73 BXD73b (BXD103)
74 BXD74
75 BXD75
76 BXD76
77 BXD77
78 BXD78
79 BXD79
80 BXD81
81 BXD83
82 BXD84
83 BXD85
84 BXD86
85 BXD87
86 BXD88
87 BXD89
88 BXD90
89 BXD91
90 BXD93
91 BXD94
92 BXD95
93 BXD98
94 BXD99
95 BXD100
96 BXD101
97 BXD102
98 BXD104
99 BXD105
100 BXD106
101 BXD107
102 BXD108
103 BXD109
104 BXD110
105 BXD111
106 BXD112
107 BXD113
108 BXD114
109 BXD115
110 BXD116
111 BXD117
112 BXD119
113 BXD120
114 BXD121
115 BXD122
116 BXD123
117 BXD124
118 BXD125
119 BXD126
120 BXD127
121 BXD128
122 BXD128a
123 BXD130
124 BXD131
125 BXD132
126 BXD133
127 BXD134
128 BXD135
129 BXD136
130 BXD137
131 BXD138
132 BXD139
133 BXD141
134 BXD142
135 BXD144
136 BXD145
137 BXD146
138 BXD147
139 BXD148
140 BXD149
141 BXD150
142 BXD151
143 BXD152
144 BXD153
145 BXD154
146 BXD155
147 BXD156
148 BXD157
149 BXD160
150 BXD161
151 BXD162
152 BXD165
153 BXD168
154 BXD169
155 BXD170
156 BXD171
157 BXD172
158 BXD173
159 BXD174
160 BXD175
161 BXD176
162 BXD177
163 BXD178
164 BXD180
165 BXD181
166 BXD183
167 BXD184
168 BXD186
169 BXD187
170 BXD188
171 BXD189
172 BXD190
173 BXD191
174 BXD192
175 BXD193
176 BXD194
177 BXD195
178 BXD196
179 BXD197
180 BXD198
181 BXD199
182 BXD200
183 BXD201
184 BXD202
185 BXD203
186 BXD204
187 BXD205
188 BXD206
189 BXD207
190 BXD208
191 BXD209
192 BXD210
193 BXD211
194 BXD212
195 BXD213
196 BXD214
197 BXD215
198 BXD216
199 BXD217
200 BXD218
201 BXD219
202 BXD220

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