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Authors: F. Spetale; D. Arce; F. Krsticevic; E. Tapia; P. Bulacio.

Resumen: Predicting functional gene annotations through machine learning techniques may focus on the experimental validation reducing their cost. The hierarchical prediction method based on True Path Rule provides function results consistent and traceable with the Gene Ontology Molecular Function definition. In this work, a design of a hierarchical prediction model based on True Path Rule for plants is presented. The training stage is done with Arabidopsis thaliana data characterized with sequence domains and physicochemical properties feeding an ensemble of binary classifiers, one classifier for each functional class. The proposed model is validated against a set of well-known control sequences and with a set of sequences of S. lycopersicum without any annotation by biological experts. The discussed results are promising; the proposal can be enriched with more organisms and with diverse sources of sequence characterizations.

Meeting type: Congreso.

Type of job: Artículo Completo.

Production: Application of hierarchical function prediction in Solanum lycopersicum.

Scientific meeting: VI Congreso Latinoamericano de Ingeniería Biomédica CLAIB 2014.

Meeting place: Entre Ríos.

Organizing Institution: Facultad de ingeniería - UNER.

It's published?: Yes

Publication place: Amsterdam

Meeting month: 10

Year: 2014.