UC San Diego
Differential analysis of high-throughput quantitative genetic interaction data
- Author(s): Bean, Gordon J
- Ideker, Trey
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1186/gb-2012-13-12-r123
Abstract Synthetic genetic arrays have been very effective at measuring genetic interactions in yeast in a high-throughput manner and recently have been expanded to measure quantitative changes in interaction, termed 'differential interactions', across multiple conditions. Here, we present a strategy that leverages statistical information from the experimental design to produce a novel, quantitative differential interaction score, which performs favorably compared to previous differential scores. We also discuss the added utility of differential genetic-similarity in differential network analysis. Our approach is preferred for differential network analysis, and our implementation, written in MATLAB, can be found at http://chianti.ucsd.edu/~gbean/compute_differential_scores.m.
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