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The NIH Common Fund/Roadmap Epigenomics Program: Successes of a comprehensive consortium

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Science Advances  10 Jul 2019:
Vol. 5, no. 7, eaaw6507
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw6507

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  • Fig. 1 Mean and median RCR (Relative Citation Ratio) of Roadmap Epigenomics Program research articles for each year.

    The RCR benchmark of 1.0 is based on the median RCR for all NIH-funded publications, including reviews. This excludes 2017 articles that did not have an assigned RCR value at the time of analysis.

  • Fig. 2 Influence of the Roadmap Epigenomics Program on the field of epigenomics research.

    (A) Epigenomics publications per year identified by searching PubMed for “epigenom*.” There were 10,439 epigenomics publications identified. (B) NIH-funded Epigenomics projects per year identified by searching an NIH grant database for new awards with epigenom* in the title or specific aims. Excludes subprojects and intramural projects. (C) Number of projects per year for top 10 conditions of NIH-funded Epigenomics projects. Projects were identified by searching an NIH grant database for new awards with epigenom* in the title or specific aims. Excludes subprojects and NIH intramural research projects.

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