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Single-Cell Co-expression Analysis Reveals Distinct Functional Modules, Co-regulation Mechanisms and Clinical Outcomes

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Members in protein complexes are predominately connected by one type of co-expressions.

(A) The fraction of co-expressed genes whose protein products interact with each other. (B) The same fraction in function of correlation coefficients. (C) Examples of protein complexes. Two gene members in a complex were connected if they are co-expressed. The color denotes the types of co-expressions: single-cell specific (orange), bulk specific (cyan), and shared (green).

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