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BMCBI
2006
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Gene function classification using Bayesian models with hierarchy-based priors
We investigate the application of hierarchical classification schemes to the annotation of gene function based on several characteristics of protein sequences including phylogenic ...
Babak Shahbaba, Radford M. Neal
BMCBI
2008
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A copula method for modeling directional dependence of genes
Background: Genes interact with each other as basic building blocks of life, forming a complicated network. The relationship between groups of genes with different functions can b...
Jong-Min Kim, Yoon-Sung Jung, Engin A. Sungur, Kap...
BMCBI
2007
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Use of genomic DNA control features and predicted operon structure in microarray data analysis: ArrayLeaRNA - a Bayesian approac
Background: Microarrays are widely used for the study of gene expression; however deciding on whether observed differences in expression are significant remains a challenge. Resul...
Carmen Pin, Mark Reuter
RECOMB
2002
Springer
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A bayesian approach to transcript estimation from gene array data: the BEAM technique
We present a new statistically optimal approach to estimate transcript levels and ratios from one or more gene array experiments. The Bayesian Estimation of Array Measurements (BE...
Ron O. Dror, Jonathan G. Murnick, Nicola A. Rinald...
BMCBI
2007
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Bayesian hierarchical model for transcriptional module discovery by jointly modeling gene expression and ChIP-chip data
Background: Transcriptional modules (TM) consist of groups of co-regulated genes and transcription factors (TF) regulating their expression. Two high-throughput (HT) experimental ...
Xiangdong Liu, Walter J. Jessen, Siva Sivaganesan,...
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