Gene Expression Analysis to Mine Highly Relevant Gene Data in Chronic Diseases and Annotating its GO Terms

Bell, J. and Vigila, S. (2020) Gene Expression Analysis to Mine Highly Relevant Gene Data in Chronic Diseases and Annotating its GO Terms. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Energy Web, 7 (30). e10. ISSN 2032-944X

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Gene Expression Analysis seeks to find the highly expressive genes from a highly dimensional Microarray disease gene Database by using some statistical gene selection approaches based on supervised or unsupervised learning. Gene Ontology (GO) introduces a series of method for annotating gene function that combines semantic similarity measures by taking account on the underlying topology of gene interaction networks for structuring the graphs of the gene ontology. Initially, the genes are identified by clustering microarray disease dataset giving gene id of most expressive genes and further the genes are associated based on their biological functionalities using the gene ontology annotations taken from bioinformatics database. Also, t-test is used for finding the up-regulated genes so it can be annotated to find the most significant gene terms in hierarchical graph structure. The proposed method uses term Similarity measures to compare two or more gene ontology terms. Finally, gene functional classification and gene term association is done by forming a graph structure to be readily analysed by medical practitioner intending the nature of disease-causing genes at deeper level of understanding in chronic disorder based health care environments.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Gene Expression Analysis, Chronic Disorder, Data Mining, Micro Array, Gene Ontology
Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Depositing User: EAI Editor II.
Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2021 14:28
Last Modified: 04 Feb 2021 14:28

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