A gene signature based method for identifying subtypes and subtype-specific drivers in cancer with an application to medulloblastoma Conference Paper uri icon


MeSH Major

  • Blood Proteins
  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Software


  • Copy number aberrations (CNAs) are frequently found in cancer genomes and believed to be tumorigenic. Unfortunately, CNAs often occur in wide regions of the cancer genome that harbor a large number of genes, making it a challenge to identify the candidate cancer drivers. Further, subtypes of cancer may be characterized with distinct CNA patterns and hence have different drivers. © 2012 IEEE.

publication date

  • May 8, 2012



  • Conference Paper


Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

  • 10.1109/ICCABS.2012.6182629

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