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GENE EXPRESSION DATA ANALYSIS USING DATA MINING ALGORITHMS FOR COLON CANCER

@inproceedings{Mishra2015GENEED,
  title={GENE EXPRESSION DATA ANALYSIS USING DATA MINING ALGORITHMS FOR COLON CANCER},
  author={Archana Mishra and R. Devi and Sachin Shrivastava},
  year={2015}
}
The concept of Data mining is used in various medical applications like tumor classification, protein structure prediction, gene classification, cancer classification based on microarray data, clustering of gene expression data, statistical model of protein-protein interaction etc. Adverse drug events in prediction of medical test effectiveness can be done based on genomics and proteomics through data mining approaches. Cancer detection is one of the hot research topics in the bioinformatics… Expand
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