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|Title:||A comparison of methods for data-driven cancer outlier discovery, and an application scheme to semisupervised predictive biomarker discovery||Authors:||Karrila, S.
|Issue Date:||2011||Citation:||Karrila, S., Lee, J.H.E., Tucker-Kellogg, G. (2011). A comparison of methods for data-driven cancer outlier discovery, and an application scheme to semisupervised predictive biomarker discovery. Cancer Informatics 10 : 109-120. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.4137/CIN.S6868||Abstract:||A core component in translational cancer research is biomarker discovery using gene expression profiling for clinical tumors. This is often based on cell line experiments; one population is sampled for inference in another. We disclose a semisupervised workflow focusing on binary (switch-like, bimodal) informative genes that are likely cancer relevant, to mitigate this non-statistical problem. Outlier detection is a key enabling technology of the workflow, and aids in identifying the focus genes. We compare outlier detection techniques MOST, LSOSS, COPA, ORT, OS, and t-test, using a publicly available NSCLC dataset. Removing genes with Gaussian distribution is computationally efficient and matches MOST particularly well, while also COPA and OS pick prognostically relevant genes in their top ranks. Also our stability assessment is in favour of both MOST and COPA; the latter does not pair well with prefiltering for non-Gaussianity, but can handle data sets lacking non-cancer cases. We provide R code for replicating our approach or extending it. © the author(s), publisher and licensee Libertas Academica Ltd.||Source Title:||Cancer Informatics||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/99814||ISSN:||11769351||DOI:||10.4137/CIN.S6868|
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