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Old 06-27-2011, 02:32 AM   #1
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is it normal I have for ONE XLOC multiple and distinct genes ?
XLOC_017497 XLOC_017497 LINGO4,RORC 1:151772739-151804348 q1 q2 OK 0.346569 2.49434 1.9737 -2.29503 0.0217315 0.173976 no
XLOC_017497 XLOC_017497 LINGO4,RORC 1:151772739-151804348 q1 q3 OK 0.346569 23.1859 4.20322 -5.06513 4.0812e-07 7.87108e-06 yes
XLOC_017497 XLOC_017497 LINGO4,RORC 1:151772739-151804348 q2 q3 OK 2.49434 23.1859 2.22952 -6.10741 1.01264e-09 2.26469e-08 yes
XLOC_017497 XLOC_017497 LINGO4,RORC 1:151772739-151804348 q1 q4 OK 0.346569 1.15608 1.20471 -1.35516 0.175366 0.625349 no


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