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Automated trend analysis of proteomics data using an intelligent data mining architecture

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Automated trend analysis of proteomics data using an intelligent data mining architecture
Proteomics is a field dedicated to the analysis and identification of proteins within an organism. Within proteomics, two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-DE) is currently unrivalled as a technique to separate and analyse proteins from tissue samples. The analysis of postexperimental data produced from this technique has been identified as an important step within this overall process. Some of the long-term aims of this analysis are to identify targets for drug discovery and proteins associated with specific organism states. The large quantities of highdimensional data produced from such experimentation requires expertise to analyse, which results in a processing bottleneck, limiting the potential of this approach. We present an intelligent data mining architecture that incorporates both data-driven and goal-driven strategies and is able to accommodate the spatial and temporal elements of the dataset under analysis. The architecture is able to automatically classify interesting proteins...
James Malone, Kenneth McGarry, Chris Bowerman
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where ESWA
Authors James Malone, Kenneth McGarry, Chris Bowerman
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