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- Kyeong Eun Lee, Naijun Sha, Edward R. Dougherty, Marina Vannucci, Bani K. Mallick
- Bioinformatics
- 2003

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Selection of significant genes via expression patterns is an important problem in microarray experiments. Owing to small sample size and the large number of variables (genes), the selection process can be unstable. This paper proposes a hierarchical Bayesian model for gene (variable) selection. We employ latent variables to specialize the model… (More)

- Naijun Sha, Marina Vannucci, +8 authors Francesco Falciani
- Biometrics
- 2004

Here we focus on discrimination problems where the number of predictors substantially exceeds the sample size and we propose a Bayesian variable selection approach to multinomial probit models. Our method makes use of mixture priors and Markov chain Monte Carlo techniques to select sets of variables that differ among the classes. We apply our methodology to… (More)

This chapter describes a clustering procedure for microarray expression data based on a well-defined statistical model, specifically, a conjugate Dirichlet process mixture model. The clustering algorithm groups genes whose latent variables governing expression are equal, that is, genes belonging to the same mixture component. The model is fit with Markov… (More)

- Pietro Liò, Marina Vannucci
- Bioinformatics
- 2000

MOTIVATION
There is a growing literature on wavelet theory and wavelet methods showing improvements on more classical techniques, especially in the contexts of smoothing and extraction of fundamental components of signals. G+C patterns occur at different lengths (scales) and, for this reason, G+C plots are usually difficult to interpret. Current methods for… (More)

- Adriana Di Martino, Manely Ghaffari, +6 authors F Xavier Castellanos
- Biological psychiatry
- 2008

BACKGROUND
Increased intra-subject response time standard deviations (RT-SD) discriminate children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) from healthy control subjects. The RT-SD is averaged over time; thus it does not provide information about the temporal structure of RT variability. We previously hypothesized that such increased variability… (More)

We consider the choice of explanatory variables in multivariate linear regression. Our approach balances prediction accuracy against costs attached to variables in a multivariate version of a decision theory approach pioneered by Lindley (1968). We also employ a non-conjugate proper prior distribution for the parameters of the regression model, extending… (More)

- Clayton M Small, Ginger E Carney, Qianxing Mo, Marina Vannucci, Adam G Jones
- BMC Genomics
- 2009

In many taxa, males and females are very distinct phenotypically, and these differences often reflect divergent selective pressures acting on the sexes. Phenotypic sexual dimorphism almost certainly reflects differing patterns of gene expression between the sexes, and microarray studies have documented widespread sexually dimorphic gene expression. Although… (More)

- Alejandro Cruz-Marcelo, Rudy Guerra, Marina Vannucci, Yiting Li, Ching C. Lau, Tsz-Kwong Man
- Bioinformatics
- 2008

MOTIVATION
Surface-enhanced laser desorption and ionization (SELDI) time of flight (TOF) is a mass spectrometry technology. The key features in a mass spectrum are its peaks. In order to locate the peaks and quantify their intensities, several pre-processing steps are required. Though different approaches to perform pre-processing have been proposed, there… (More)

Over the last decade, technological advances have generated an explosion of data with substantially smaller sample size relative to the number of covariates (p n). A common goal in the analysis of such data involves uncovering the group structure of the observations and identifying the discriminating variables. In this article we propose a methodology for… (More)

- Francesco C Stingo, Yian A Chen, Marina Vannucci, Marianne Barrier, Philip E Mirkes
- The annals of applied statistics
- 2010

It has been estimated that about 30% of the genes in the human genome are regulated by microRNAs (miRNAs). These are short RNA sequences that can down-regulate the levels of mRNAs or proteins in animals and plants. Genes regulated by miRNAs are called targets. Typically, methods for target prediction are based solely on sequence data and on the structure… (More)