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From: Diurnal and circadian rhythmicity of the human blood transcriptome overlaps with organ- and tissue-specific expression of a non-human primate

Fig. 10

Clustering of acrophases of rhythmic genes in human blood and baboon tissues/organs. Circular clustering analysis was used to characterise the acrophase distribution of rhythmic genes in human blood and baboon tissues/organs. Clustering of all overlapping rhythmic genes into two groups based on both their acrophase in human blood and their acrophase in baboon tissue/organs. Average number of overlapping rhythmic genes per tissue/organ is 65.84 (SD 48.03), total n = 4214. In all panels acrophases are coloured by cluster membership and are expressed as hours since lights on. a Scatter plot of acrophases in human blood vs acrophases in baboon tissues/organs. b Distribution of acrophases in human blood. c Distribution of acrophases in baboon tissues/organs

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