Reconstruction and Analysis of Cancer-specific Gene Regulatory Networks from Gene Expression Profiles

@article{Raza2013ReconstructionAA,
  title={Reconstruction and Analysis of Cancer-specific Gene Regulatory Networks from Gene Expression Profiles},
  author={Khalid Raza and Rajni Jaiswal},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1305.5750}
}
The main goal of Systems Biology research is to reconstruct biological networks for its topological analysis so that reconstructed networks can be used for the identification of various kinds of disease. The availability of high-throughput data generated by microarray experiments fuelled researchers to use whole-genome gene expression profiles to understand cancer and to reconstruct key cancer-specific gene regulatory network. Now, the researchers are taking a keen interest in the development… CONTINUE READING

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