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Fig. 8

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

Fig. 8

Timing of core clock genes across baboon tissues and human blood. a Time course of example core clock genes in human blood and selected organs of the baboon. The z-scored expression profiles are plotted against time since the start of light for the baboon in purple and for the orthologous human transcript in red (mean ± SD for interpolated data points, just mean for double-plotted data points, and grey for actual data points for each participant) for the baseline diurnal plots (n = 19 participants), and as a dashed green line for the circadian plots (n = 19 participants). b Acrophase of clock genes in human blood and baboon tissues/organ. Acrophase values in human blood are represented by the circular mean across participants and error bars show one standard error of the mean (n = 19). Please note that the data are double-plotted and acrophase values are shown relative to the start of the light period

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