How to find which genes from my expression data are eGenes for all tissues in GTEX V7?
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anamaria ▴ 220

Hello,

I have analyzed around 11000 genes and I would like to know how many of those are eGenes in every GTEX tissue?

Can you please advice me on how to do that? Do I really have to download each CSV file with siginificant eGenes for each GTEX tissue or than parse inside of all those say 44 files how many of my 11000 genes can be found there? https://gtexportal.org/home/eqtls/tissue?tissueName=Adipose_Subcutaneous

or there is a better way to do that?

Also is there is a way to check for a list of 103 genes if they are all eGenes in every GTEX tissue?

Thanks Ana

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Maybe eGene is a standard term in the GTEx world, but may I ask what it is?

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