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Detecting Gene Subnetworks Under Selection In Biological Pathways

bioRxiv

Apr 18, 2017

Alexandre GouyLaurent Excoffier

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Advances in high throughput sequencing technologies have created a gap between data production and functional data analysis. Indeed, phenotypes result from interactions between numerous genes, but traditional methods treat loci independently, missing important knowledge brought by netwo...read more

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Biochemical Pathway
Genome
Genes
Candidate Disease Gene
Sequencing
Adaptation
Gene Regulatory Networks
Analysis
EAF2
High-Throughput RNA Sequencing
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Detecting Gene Subnetworks Under Selection In Biological Pathways

bioRxiv

Apr 18, 2017

Alexandre GouyLaurent Excoffier

PMID: 990128306

DOI: 10.1101/128306

Abstract

Advances in high throughput sequencing technologies have created a gap between data production and functional data analysis. Indeed, phenotypes result from interactions between numerous genes, but traditional methods treat loci independently, missing important knowledge brought by netwo...read more

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Biochemical Pathway
Genome
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Candidate Disease Gene
Sequencing
Adaptation
Gene Regulatory Networks
Analysis
EAF2
High-Throughput RNA Sequencing
65
1
25

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