Deep autoencoder neural networks for gene ontology annotation predictions

@inproceedings{Chicco2014DeepAN,
  title={Deep autoencoder neural networks for gene ontology annotation predictions},
  author={D. Chicco and Peter Sadowski and P. Baldi},
  booktitle={BCB '14},
  year={2014}
}
  • D. Chicco, Peter Sadowski, P. Baldi
  • Published in BCB '14 2014
  • Computer Science
  • The annotation of genomic information is a major challenge in biology and bioinformatics. Existing databases of known gene functions are incomplete and prone to errors, and the bimolecular experiments needed to improve these databases are slow and costly. While computational methods are not a substitute for experimental verification, they can help in two ways: algorithms can aid in the curation of gene annotations by automatically suggesting inaccuracies, and they can predict previously… CONTINUE READING
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