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Table 5 Of the 957 aging genes, 21 were significantly associated with physical capacity across 116 samples

From: A novel atlas of gene expression in human skeletal muscle reveals molecular changes associated with aging

Gene p (age) p (PC) β (age) β (PC)
SOCS2 5.51E-07 6.28E-08 −0.0034 0.0143
SLC16A10 0.000785 8.53E-07 0.00354 −0.02369
METTL7A 0.001265 1.22E-05 0.011168 −0.02183
CALU 0.00086 1.89E-05 −0.00311 0.009051
FEZ2 2.83E-08 3.46E-05 0.012589 −0.01958
DMRT2 0.000223 4.37E-05 −0.01035 0.018518
ITGA6 0.000564 6.32E-05 −0.00607 0.017743
MESP1 0.000246 8.97E-05 −0.00638 −0.00767
IP6K2 2.32E-06 0.000112 0.005743 −0.00807
ANKRD27 0.000118 0.000121 0.006005 −0.02111
MPC1 0.000705 0.000148 −0.00478 0.010666
PAF1 1.07E-06 0.000258 0.006852 −0.01292
SLIT2 0.000698 0.000297 0.009127 −0.01342
DDX24 2.01E-05 0.000318 0.004313 −0.00869
FAM53C 0.001351 0.000342 0.003416 −0.00845
CPSF7 0.000491 0.000405 0.003669 −0.00789
DGKD 0.000456 0.000838 0.00429 −0.01153
PHF20 0.001338 0.000871 0.00284 −0.00665
ABRA 0.001011 0.000952 0.014313 −0.01971
NT5C2 3.64E-08 0.000954 0.011521 −0.01262
DNAJB2 9.22E-07 0.000956 0.007196 −0.01217
  1. A positive β value implicates increasing gene expression with increased physical capacity, adjusted for study effect