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Prediction of Human Disease Genes by Human-Mouse Conserved Coexpression Analysis

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Performance of the identification of candidate disease genes as determined by a leave-one-out strategy.

Artificial loci of different sizes were constructed around known disease genes as explained in the text. (A) Fraction of the artificial loci for which it was possible to identify at least one candidate gene, as a function of the locus size. (B) Average number of candidates in the loci for which at least one candidate was identified, as a function of the locus size. (C) Precision as a function of the locus size. Precision is determined as the ratio between the number of loci whose candidate list contained the starting disease gene and the number of loci with candidates. Filled triangles indicate the results obtained with the Affy network, while empty boxes refer to the Stanford network.

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