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Fig. 1 | Clinical and Translational Allergy

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From: Epigenome-wide association study identifies DNA methylation markers for asthma remission in whole blood and nasal epithelium

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Study design. In the discovery panel,103 samples were assessed in this study, 72 subjects had whole blood DNA methylation data, 97 subjects had nasal DNA methylation data and 66 subjects have both. Epigenome-wide association studies were performed on clinical remission (ClinR) and complete remission (ComR) respectively in both whole blood and nasal samples. Significant CpG sites identified from whole blood were further replicated in two independent cohorts. Results of ComR were replicated in EGEA study (93 out of 129 probes available in EGEA); results of ClinR were replicated in EGEA study (4 out 7 probes available) and Lifelines (all 7 probes available)

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