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Myoung S. Kim et al., Figure S1. 1 gene has been reported to be methylated in multiple types of cancer including colon cancer (MGMT). 1 gene has been reported to be methylated in tumors other than colon cancer (NTRK2).

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Myoung S. Kim et al., Figure S1

1 gene has been reported to be methylated in multiple types of cancer including colon cancer (MGMT)

1 gene has been reported to be methylated in tumors other than colon cancer (NTRK2)

27 genes that were not methylated in CRC cell lines by bisulfite-sequencing or C-MSP

23 genes that were methylated in CRC cell lines by bisulfite sequencing or C-MSP

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1 gene has been reported to be methylated in tumors other than colon cancer (PLAU)

1 gene has been reported to be methylated in colon cancer (SFRP4)

1 gene was counted twice because of two different NM numbers (SIRT2)