predict,micro_array-method {Cascade}R Documentation

Prediction of the gene expressions after a knock-out experience predict

Description

Prediction of the gene expressions after a knock-out experience

Usage

## S4 method for signature 'micro_array'
predict(object, Omega, nv = 0, targets = NULL, adapt = TRUE)

Arguments

object

a micro_array object

Omega

a network object.

nv

[=0] numeric; the level of the cutoff

targets

[NULL] vector; which genes are knocked out?

adapt

[TRUE] boolean; do not raise an error if used with vectors instead of one column matrices.

Author(s)

Nicolas Jung, Frédéric Bertrand , Myriam Maumy-Bertrand.

References

Jung, N., Bertrand, F., Bahram, S., Vallat, L., and Maumy-Bertrand, M. (2014). Cascade: a R-package to study, predict and simulate the diffusion of a signal through a temporal gene network. Bioinformatics, btt705.

Vallat, L., Kemper, C. A., Jung, N., Maumy-Bertrand, M., Bertrand, F., Meyer, N., ... & Bahram, S. (2013). Reverse-engineering the genetic circuitry of a cancer cell with predicted intervention in chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(2), 459-464.

Examples


data(Selection)
data(network)
#A nv value can chosen using the cutoff function
nv=.11
EGR1<-which(match(Selection@name,"EGR1")==1)
P<-position(network,nv=nv)

#We predict gene expression modulations within the network if EGR1 is experimentaly knocked-out. 
prediction_ko5<-predict(Selection,network,nv=nv,targets=EGR1)

#Then we plot the results. Here for example we see changes at time point t2:
plot(prediction_ko5,time=2,ini=P,label_v=Selection@name)


[Package Cascade version 2.0 Index]