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A network-based feature selection approach to identify metabolic signatures in disease

Journal of Theoretical Biology

Jul 10, 2012

Michael NetzerMatthias M Dehmer

Abstract

The identification and interpretation of metabolic biomarkers is a challenging task. In this context, network-based approaches have become increasingly a key technology in systems biology allowing to capture complex interactions in biological systems. In this work, we introduce a novel ...read more

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A network-based feature selection approach to identify metabolic signatures in disease

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Jul 10, 2012

Michael NetzerMatthias M Dehmer

PMID: 22771628

DOI: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2012.06.003

Abstract

The identification and interpretation of metabolic biomarkers is a challenging task. In this context, network-based approaches have become increasingly a key technology in systems biology allowing to capture complex interactions in biological systems. In this work, we introduce a novel ...read more

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Prostatic Neoplasms
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