# Bayesian Models for Gene Regulatory Networks Applied to Cancer Tissues

@inproceedings{Mohanty2015BayesianMF, title={Bayesian Models for Gene Regulatory Networks Applied to Cancer Tissues}, author={Anwoy Kumar Mohanty}, year={2015} }

- Published 2015

Cellular behavior is controlled through multivariate interactions between various biological molecules such as proteins and DNA. Various methods have previously been proposed to model such interactions. However many of these methods require large volumes of data to effectively estimate the associated unknown parameters. In this work we explore the use of Bayesian methods to exploit the prior knowledge about pathway information in combination with collected data in order to make accurate and… CONTINUE READING

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