Graph-based Support Vector Machines for Patient Response Prediction Using Pathway and Gene Expression Data
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CitationHuang, Norman Jason. 2013. Graph-based Support Vector Machines for Patient Response Prediction Using Pathway and Gene Expression Data. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractOver the past decade, multiple function genomic datasets studying chromosomal aberrations and their downstream implications on gene expression have accumulated across a variety of cancer types. With the majority being paired copy number/gene expression profiles originating from the same patient groups, this time frame has also induced a wealth of integrative attempts in hope that the concurrent analysis between both genomic structures will result in optimized downstream results. Borrowing the concept, this dissertation presents a novel contribution to the development of statistical methodology for integrating copy number and gene expression data for purposes of predicting treatment response in multiple myeloma patients.
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