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Table 1 The top 5 genes according to gene-based p-values by GATES and ECS, respectively

From: Knowledge-based analyses reveal new candidate genes associated with risk of hepatitis B virus related hepatocellular carcinoma

GeneCHRType#SNPGATESECS
Nominal
p
Corrected
pa
Nominal
p
Corrected
pa
SLC39A84protein-coding gene2221.63E-060.041380.224950.83656
GOLGA8M15protein-coding gene113.19E-060.041381.57E-050.20422
SMIM314protein-coding gene3006.43E-060.055600.004240.52238
WHAMMP215pseudogene149.03E-060.058580.000310.32182
CLDN522protein-coding gene222.76E-050.125960.016650.62074
RNF157-AS117non-coding RNA203.84E-050.126557.50E-060.19448
LRRC914other3480.002490.627654.46E-050.32182
LINC020625non-coding RNA1500.024020.699270.000070.32182
TTL2protein-coding gene1010.012540.656107.64E-050.32182
  1. Note. CHR: chromosome
  2. a The p-values are corrected by the Benjamini-Hochberg FDR approach. SLC39A8, GOLGA8M, SMIM31, WHAMMP2 and CLDN5 are the top five genes according to GATES. RNF157-AS1, GOLGA8M, LRRC9, LINC02062 and TTL are the top five genes according to ECS