An Extension of Deep Pathway Analysis: A Pathway Route Analysis Framework Incorporating Multi-dimensional Cancer Genomics Data

@inproceedings{Zhao2018AnEO,
  title={An Extension of Deep Pathway Analysis: A Pathway Route Analysis Framework Incorporating Multi-dimensional Cancer Genomics Data},
  author={Yue Zhao},
  booktitle={ISBRA},
  year={2018}
}
  • Yue Zhao
  • Published in ISBRA 10 October 2017
  • Biology
Recent breakthroughs in cancer research have come via the up-and-coming field of pathway analysis. By applying statistical methods to prior known gene and protein regulatory information, pathway analysis provides a meaningful way to interpret genomic data. While many gene/protein regulatory relationships have been studied, never before has such a significant amount data been made available in organized forms of gene/protein regulatory networks and pathways. However, pathway analysis research is… 
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