Canonical Genetic Signatures of the Adult Human Brain

@article{Hawrylycz2015CanonicalGS,
  title={Canonical Genetic Signatures of the Adult Human Brain},
  author={M. Hawrylycz and J. Miller and Vilas Menon and David Feng and Tim Dolbeare and A. Guillozet-Bongaarts and A. Jegga and B. Aronow and Changkyu Lee and Amy Bernard and M. Glasser and Donna L. Dierker and J{\"o}rge Menche and A. Szafer and Forrest Collman and P. Grange and K. Berman and Stefan Mihalas and Zizhen Yao and L. Stewart and Albert-L{\'a}szl{\'o} Barab{\'a}si and J. Schulkin and J. Phillips and Lydia Ng and Chinh Dang and D. Haynor and A. Jones and D. V. Van Essen and C. Koch and Ed S. Lein},
  journal={Nature neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={18},
  pages={1832 - 1844}
}
  • M. Hawrylycz, J. Miller, +27 authors Ed S. Lein
  • Published 2015
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature neuroscience
  • The structure and function of the human brain are highly stereotyped, implying a conserved molecular program responsible for its development, cellular structure and function. [...] Key Result The genes with the highest differential stability are highly biologically relevant, with enrichment for brain-related annotations, disease associations, drug targets and literature citations.Expand Abstract
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