Additional file 1 of Modulation of gene expression in heart and liver of hibernating black bears (Ursus americanus)

  • Nathan C. Stewart (Contributor)
  • Anna V. Goropashnaya (Contributor)
  • Øivind Tøien (Contributor)
  • Brian M. Barnes (Contributor)
  • Michael K. Showe (Contributor)
  • Steve Dorus (Contributor)
  • Louise C. Showe (Contributor)
  • Vadim B. Fedorov (Contributor)
  • Timothy L. Karr (Arizona State University) (Contributor)
  • Haifang Wang (Contributor)
  • Elaine C. Wilkin (Contributor)
  • Jun Yan (Contributor)
  • Celia Chang (Contributor)



Additional file 1:Supplementary tables. Table S1 List of differentially expressed genes identified in this study. Listed genes demonstrate significant expression differences between hibernating and summer active black bears in heart and liver tissues. Genes are ranked by log2FC (Fold Change), P is a significance level. Positive significant genes are up-regulated (positive values of log2FC) and negative significant genes are down-regulated (negative values of log2FC) in hibernating animals. Complete description of the black bear EST collection can be found in The Black Bear Gene Index at . Table S2 Primer sequences used for the real-time PCR tests in this study. (DOC 491 KB)
Date made availableJan 1 2020
Publisherfigshare Academic Research System

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