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Figure 3 | Breast Cancer Research

Figure 3

From: Molecular subtypes of breast cancer are associated with characteristic DNA methylation patterns

Figure 3

Heatmaps with average relative methylation and expression levels stratified by subtype. Subtype expression markers according to Hu et al. [14] having subtype-specific methylation are displayed. The number of samples in each subtype (top) and the Pearson correlation between methylation (red, more methylated; green, less methylated) and expression levels (red, high; green, low) are shown. The expression levels correspond well with methylation status. Gene expression data were unavailable for CXCL9.

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