TOP TEN tissues for Q13887 (Homo sapiens)

Organism: Homo sapiens
Gene: Q13887
Selected probe(set): 209211_at
Platform: Affymetrix Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array

Expression of Q13887 (209211_at) across 298 tissues tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

corneal limbus

Expression (log2-scale):16.583115
Number of Samples:4
Anatomical Part corneal limbus
Hierarchy Tissue > sensory organ system > eye > cornea

rectum

Expression (log2-scale):16.389463
Number of Samples:231
Anatomical Part rectum
Hierarchy Tissue > alimentary system > gastrointestinal tract > intestine > large intestine > colorectum

reconstructed epidermal model

Expression (log2-scale):16.258411
Number of Samples:12
Anatomical Part reconstructed epidermal model
Hierarchy Organotypic / 3D culture

nasal epithelium

Expression (log2-scale):16.249596
Number of Samples:458
Anatomical Part nasal epithelium
Hierarchy Tissue > sensory organ system > nose > nasal mucosa

cornea

Expression (log2-scale):16.234428
Number of Samples:10
Anatomical Part cornea
Hierarchy Tissue > sensory organ system > eye

stratum basale (germinativum)

Expression (log2-scale):16.166773
Number of Samples:3
Anatomical Part stratum basale (germinativum)
Hierarchy Tissue > integumentary system > skin > epidermis

colonic gland (crypt)

Expression (log2-scale):16.110638
Number of Samples:10
Anatomical Part colonic gland (crypt)
Hierarchy Tissue > alimentary system > gastrointestinal tract > intestine > large intestine > colorectum > colon > colonic mucosa > colonic epithelium

gingival epithelium organotypic model

Expression (log2-scale):16.0457
Number of Samples:36
Anatomical Part gingival epithelium organotypic model
Hierarchy Organotypic / 3D culture

buccal epithelium organotypic model

Expression (log2-scale):16.005543
Number of Samples:34
Anatomical Part buccal epithelium organotypic model
Hierarchy Organotypic / 3D culture

stratum suprabasale

Expression (log2-scale):15.925119
Number of Samples:3
Anatomical Part stratum suprabasale
Hierarchy Tissue > integumentary system > skin > epidermis