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BMCBI
2005
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An Entropy-based gene selection method for cancer classification using microarray data
Background: Accurate diagnosis of cancer subtypes remains a challenging problem. Building classifiers based on gene expression data is a promising approach; yet the selection of n...
Xiaoxing Liu, Arun Krishnan, Adrian Mondry
CATA
2008
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Investigation of Random Forest Performance with Cancer Microarray Data
The diagnosis of cancer type based on microarray data offers hope that cancer classification can be highly accurate for clinicians to choose the most appropriate forms of treatmen...
Myungsook Klassen, Matt Cummings, Griselda Saldana
PR
2006
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Incremental wrapper-based gene selection from microarray data for cancer classification
Gene expression microarray is a rapidly maturing technology that provides the opportunity to assay the expression levels of thousands or tens of thousands of genes in a single exp...
Roberto Ruiz Sánchez, José Crist&oac...
BMCBI
2007
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Selecting dissimilar genes for multi-class classification, an application in cancer subtyping
Background: Gene expression microarray is a powerful technology for genetic profiling diseases and their associated treatments. Such a process involves a key step of biomarker ide...
Zhipeng Cai, Randy Goebel, Mohammad R. Salavatipou...
BMCBI
2005
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Cross-platform analysis of cancer microarray data improves gene expression based classification of phenotypes
Background: The extensive use of DNA microarray technology in the characterization of the cell transcriptome is leading to an ever increasing amount of microarray data from cancer...
Patrick Warnat, Roland Eils, Benedikt Brors
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