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Title: Stochastic dynamic modeling of short gene expression time-series data
Authors: Wang, Z
Yang, F
Ho, DWC
Swift, S
Tucker, A
Liu, X
Keywords: Clustering; DNA microarray technology; expectation maximization (EM) algorithm; Gene expression; Modeling
time-series data
Publication Date: 2008
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience, 7(1): 44-55
Abstract: In this paper, the expectation maximization (EM) algorithm is applied for modeling the gene regulatory network from gene time-series data. The gene regulatory network is viewed as a stochastic dynamic model, which consists of the noisy gene measurement from microarray and the gene regulation first-order autoregressive (AR) stochastic dynamic process. By using the EM algorithm, both the model parameters and the actual values of the gene expression levels can be identified simultaneously. Moreover, the algorithm can deal with the sparse parameter identification and the noisy data in an efficient way. It is also shown that the EM algorithm can handle the microarray gene expression data with large number of variables but a small number of observations. The gene expression stochastic dynamic models for four real-world gene expression data sets are constructed to demonstrate the advantages of the introduced algorithm. Several indices are proposed to evaluate the models of inferred gene regulatory networks, and the relevant biological properties are discussed.
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URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/3161
ISSN: 1536-1241
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