acer12378-sup-0001-FigS1.tiffTIFF image605KFig. S1. Mean cycle threshold (CTaverage_for_sample) of miRNAs from plasma and cell samples plotted as group means ± SEM.
acer12378-sup-0002-FigS2.tiffTIFF image2471KFig. S2. Specificity and reliability data for plasma miRNAs.
acer12378-sup-0003-FigS3.tiffTIFF image842KFig. S3. Fold-changes in miRNA expression of PCA component-1 and component-2 miRNAs graphically represented in Figures 3 and 6.
acer12378-sup-0004-FigS4.tiffTIFF image406KFig. S4. Principal component 3 separates pregnant sheep from newborn lamb cirmiRNAs indicating that the cirmiRNA profiles in the 2 tissues are similar.
acer12378-sup-0005-FigS5.tiffTIFF image800KFig. S5. Box plots of sample variation in ΔCT due to sex in panel 1 and panel 2 miRNAs.
acer12378-sup-0006-Supp-FigLegends.docxWord document129K 
acer12378-sup-0007-SuppMethods.docxWord document39KAppendix S1. Supplementary methods.
acer12378-sup-0008-Supp-data1.pdfapplication/PDF217KData S1. Combined panel 1 and panel 2 miRNAs: differential pattern of leukocyte, erythrocyte, and plasma miRNA expression.
acer12378-sup-0009-Supp-data2.pdfapplication/PDF136KData S2. Table 1: Effects of in utero EtOH exposure on plasma miRNAs in pregnant ewe and neonate.
acer12378-sup-0010-Supp-data3.pdfapplication/PDF52KData S3. Selected KEGG pathways predicted to be targeted by PCA component-1 miRNAs*.

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