Apr 25, 2020

pDriver: A novel method for unravelling personalised coding and miRNA cancer drivers

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
V. V. H. PhamThuc Le

Abstract

Motivation: Unravelling cancer driver genes is important in cancer research. Although computational methods have been developed to identify cancer drivers, most of them detect cancer drivers at population level. However, two patients who have the same cancer type and receive the same treatment may have different outcomes because each patient has a different genome and their disease might be driven by different driver genes. Therefore new methods are being developed for discovering cancer drivers at individual level, but existing personalised methods only focus on coding drivers while microRNAs (miRNAs) have been shown to drive cancer progression as well. Thus, novel methods are required to discover both coding and miRNA cancer drivers at individual level. Results: We propose the novel method, pDriver, to discover personalised cancer drivers. pDriver includes two stages: (1) Constructing gene networks for each cancer patient and (2) Discovering cancer drivers for each patient based on the constructed gene networks. To demonstrate the effectiveness of pDriver, we have applied it to five TCGA cancer datasets and compared it with the state-of-the-art methods. The result indicates that pDriver is more effective than other methods. F...Continue Reading

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