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2008

Mining phenotypes for gene function prediction

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Mining phenotypes for gene function prediction
Background: Health and disease of organisms are reflected in their phenotypes. Often, a genetic component to a disease is discovered only after clearly defining its phenotype. In the past years, many technologies to systematically generate phenotypes in a high-throughput manner, such as RNA interference or gene knock-out, have been developed and used to decipher functions for genes. However, there have been relatively few efforts to make use of phenotype data beyond the single genotype-phenotype relationships. Results: We present results on a study where we use a large set of phenotype data
Philip Groth, Bertram Weiss, Hans-Dieter Pohlenz,
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where BMCBI
Authors Philip Groth, Bertram Weiss, Hans-Dieter Pohlenz, Ulf Leser
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