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Cancer Informatics

Immuno-Oncology Integrative Networks: Elucidating the Influences of Osteosarcoma Phenotypes

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Cancer Informatics 2017:16 1176935117721691

Original Research

Published on 26 Jul 2017

DOI: 10.1177/1176935117721691


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Abstract

In vivo and in vitro functional phenotyping characterization was recently obtained with reference to an experimental pan-cancer study of 22 osteosarcoma (OS) cell lines. Here, differentially expressed gene (DEG) profiles were recomputed from the publicly available data to conduct network inference on the immune system regulatory activity across the characterized OS phenotypes. Based on such DEG profiles, and for each phenotype that was analyzed, we obtained coexpression networks and bio-annotations for them. Then, we described the immune-modulated influences in phenotype-specific networks’ integrating pathway, transcription factor, and microRNA regulations. Overall, this approach seems suitable for representing heterogeneity in OS tumorigenesis.



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