The DBRF Method for Inferring a Gene Network from Large-scale Steady-state Gene Expression Data

@inproceedings{Kyoda2000TheDM,
  title={The DBRF Method for Inferring a Gene Network from Large-scale Steady-state Gene Expression Data},
  author={K. Kyoda and S. Onami and H. Kitano and Kitano Symbiotic and California Blvd and Sony Computer},
  year={2000}
}
genome sequence has enabled whole-genome expression profiling and genome deletion projects, which are generating large-scale gene expression profiles corresponding to hundreds of deletion mutants. To extract novel biological information from those profiles is an important challenge in current biology. We reported the Difference-Based Regulation Finding (DBRF) method, which infers the underlying gene network from those profiles (1). The method 1) infers direct and indirect gene regulations by… Expand
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