Question: To reverse engineer a Gene regulatory network what type of data can I use instead of microarray gene expression data because microarray data can be noisy.
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24 months ago by
prab4th0
prab4th0 wrote:

For my undergraduate project I've been assigned to construct a gene regulatory network using Rice microarray gene expression data. I have found a suitable dataset and also I've read similar research on gene network inference. But when I asked around in forums people mentioned that gene network inference using microarray / RNA-seq data is not very good because they can be noisy.

So instead of using microarray data what should I use?

ADD COMMENTlink written 24 months ago by prab4th0
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haha, I wouldn't use proteomics data then, cos they can be NOISY!

Much like all of biology, all biological techniques are noisy. This doesn't, however, make them unusable.

ADD REPLYlink written 24 months ago by russhh4.2k
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