Kwang-Il Goh

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A network of disorders and disease genes linked by known disorder-gene associations offers a platform to explore in a single graph-theoretic framework all known phenotype and disease gene associations, indicating the common genetic origin of many diseases. Genes associated with similar disorders show both higher likelihood of physical interactions between(More)
The global set of relationships between protein targets of all drugs and all disease-gene products in the human protein-protein interaction or 'interactome' network remains uncharacterized. We built a bipartite graph composed of US Food and Drug Administration-approved drugs and proteins linked by drug-target binary associations. The resulting network(More)
While the emergence of a power-law degree distribution in complex networks is intriguing, the degree exponent is not universal. Here we show that the between ness centrality displays a power-law distribution with an exponent eta, which is robust, and use it to classify the scale-free networks. We have observed two universality classes with eta approximately(More)
Advances in genome-scale molecular biology and molecular genetics have greatly elevated our knowledge on the basic components of human biology and diseases. At the same time, the importance of cellular networks between those biological components is increasingly appreciated. Built upon these recent technological and conceptual advances, a new discipline(More)
Recent genomic analyses on the cellular metabolic network show that reaction flux across enzymes are diverse and exhibit power-law behavior in its distribution. While intuition might suggest that the reactions with larger fluxes are more likely to be lethal under the blockade of its catalysing gene products or gene knockouts, we find, by in silico flux(More)
Many real-world complex systems are best modeled by multiplex networks of interacting network layers. The multiplex network study is one of the newest and hottest themes in the statistical physics of complex networks. Pioneering studies have proven that the multiplexity has broad impact on the system’s structure and function. In this Colloquium paper, we(More)
Various dynamic cellular behaviors have been successfully modeled in terms of elementary circuitries showing particular characteristics such as negative feedback loops for sustained oscillations. Given, however, the increasing evidences indicating that cellular components do not function in isolation but form a complex interwoven network, it is still(More)
Throughout economic history, the global economy has experienced recurring crises. The persistent recurrence of such economic crises calls for an understanding of their generic features rather than treating them as singular events. The global economic system is a highly complex system and can best be viewed in terms of a network of interacting macroeconomic(More)