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Precision and recall were consistently higher for LCC genes relative to top GWAS genes or genes selected at <i>P</i><0.1.

By Catarina Correia (698057), Guiomar Oliveira (184923) and Astrid M. Vicente (174615)

Abstract

<p>Precision and Recall (Percentage), by ASD dataset, of three sets of genes (genes selected at a gene wise <i>P</i>-value cutoff of 0.1, genes included in the LCC and the same number of GWAS top genes) against a list of known disease candidates.</p><p>Precision and recall were consistently higher for LCC genes relative to top GWAS genes or genes selected at <i>P</i><0.1.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, Science Policy, ASD GWAS, agp, Novel Genes, Autism Genetics Resource Exchange GWAS datasets, risk variants, Animal models, ASD networks, Autism Spectrum Disorder, SNP analysis, disease datasets, cytoskeleton organization, disease risk gene information, Autism Genome Project, ASD datasets, Axon guidance, Protein Interaction Networks Reveal Novel Autism Risk Genes, ppi, ASD candidate genes, cell adhesion, ASD association studies, gene overlap, system phenotypes, novel susceptibility genes
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0112399.t001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1324359
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