Supplementary Figure 2: Scatterplots depicting the correlations between PC1 and bilateral amygdala reactivity in the Discovery and Replication cohorts. | Nature Neuroscience

Supplementary Figure 2: Scatterplots depicting the correlations between PC1 and bilateral amygdala reactivity in the Discovery and Replication cohorts.

From: Beyond genotype: serotonin transporter epigenetic modification predicts human brain function

Supplementary Figure 2

The top principal component capturing 24% of the variability in SLC6A4 proximal promoter methylation in the Discovery cohort was positively correlated with left amygdala reactivity (a) and predicted right amygdala reactivity at a trend-level (b). The top principal component capturing 30% of the variability in SLC6A4 proximal promoter methylation in the Replication cohort was positively correlated with left (c), but not right (d) amygdala reactivity. *p < 0.05, #p < 0.10

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