Weighted gene co-expression network analysis identifies specific modules and hub genes related to subsyndromal symptomatic depression

@article{Geng2018WeightedGC,
  title={Weighted gene co-expression network analysis identifies specific modules and hub genes related to subsyndromal symptomatic depression},
  author={Ruijie Geng and Zezhi Li and Shunying Yu and C. Yuan and W. Hong and Zuowei Wang and Qingzhong Wang and Z. Yi and Y. Fang},
  journal={The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry},
  year={2018},
  volume={21},
  pages={102 - 110}
}
Abstract Objectives: The identification of the potential molecule targets for subsyndromal symptomatic depression (SSD) is critical for improving the effective clinical treatment on the mental illness. In the current study, we mined the genome-wide expression profiling and investigated the novel biological pathways associated with SSD. Methods: Expression of differentially expressed genes (DEGs) were analysed with microarrays of blood tissue cohort of eight SSD patients and eight healthy… Expand
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