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Fig. 2 | Genetics Selection Evolution

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From: Genome-wide analysis of expression QTL (eQTL) and allele-specific expression (ASE) in pig muscle identifies candidate genes for meat quality traits

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ASE analysis and overlap with cis-eQTL results. a Genotyping consistency between RNAseq SNPs and DNA chip SNPs. b Barplot of the genotyping consistency between RNAseq SNPs and DNA chip SNPs. c Barplot of the heterozygote genotyping precision rate of RNAseq SNPs. d Density distribution of the reference allelic ratio at each locus for all samples. A reference allelic ratio higher than 0.51 is shown in red, lower than 0.49 in blue and for other values in gray. e Venn diagram of cis-eQTL genes and ASE-eQTL genes. f Venn diagram of ASE input genes and cis-eQTL-specific genes. g Boxplot of gene expression levels of different classifications. “ASE” means all the ASE-specific genes, “eQTL” represents the cis-eQTL-specific genes, “Non” represents all genome genes that have neither associated eQTL nor ASE signals, and “common” represents all common genes that were identified by both eQTL and ASE analyses

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