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Modeling the functional relationship network at the isoform level through heterogeneous data integration

bioRxiv

Jan 9, 2014

Hong-Dong LiYuanfang Guan

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Functional relationship networks, which reveal the collaborative roles between genes, have significantly accelerated our understanding of gene functions and phenotypic relevance. However, establishing such networks for alternatively spliced isoforms remains a difficult, unaddressed prob...read more

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Docking -molecular Interaction
Learning
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Docking Protein Activity
Laboratory mice
Gene Function
RNA Splicing
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Modeling the functional relationship network at the isoform level through heterogeneous data integration

bioRxiv

Jan 9, 2014

Hong-Dong LiYuanfang Guan

PMID: 990001719

DOI: 10.1101/001719

Abstract

Functional relationship networks, which reveal the collaborative roles between genes, have significantly accelerated our understanding of gene functions and phenotypic relevance. However, establishing such networks for alternatively spliced isoforms remains a difficult, unaddressed prob...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

ANXA6 gene
PTBP1 gene
PTBP1 protein, human
Docking -molecular Interaction
Learning
Literature
Docking Protein Activity
Laboratory mice
Gene Function
RNA Splicing

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