Integration of genomic and metabolomic data for the prioritization of rare disease variants.
Molecular interpretation of genome-wide association studies using multiomics analysis.
Estimating cell type proportions in human cord blood samples from DNAm arrays.
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Using Transcriptomic Hidden Variables to Infer Context-Specific Genotype Effects in the Brain.
Somatic mosaicism of sex chromosomes in the blood and brain.
The cis-Regulatory Atlas of the Mouse Immune System.
A molecular network of the aging human brain provides insights into the pathology and cognitive decline of Alzheimer’s disease
Integration of genomics and metabolomics for prioritization of rare disease variants: a 2018 literature review
An xQTL map integrates the genetic architecture of the human brain's transcriptome and epigenome.
Allele-specific expression reveals interactions between genetic variation and environment
Network pharmacology of Jak inhibitors
Genetic variants in Alzheimer disease - molecular and brain network approaches
Inhalation of diesel exhaust and allergen alters human bronchial epithelium DNA methylation
Impact of the X Chromosome and sex on regulatory variation
Parsing the interferon transcriptional network and its disease associations
Sharing and Specificity of Co-expression Networks across 35 Human Tissues
Polarization of the effects of autoimmune and neurodegenerative risk alleles in leukocytes
Characterizing the genetic basis of transcriptome diversity through RNA-sequencing of 922 individuals
Normalizing RNA-sequencing data by modeling hidden covariates with prior knowledge
Type I interferon signaling genes in recurrent major depression: increased expression detected by whole-blood RNA sequencing
Using prior biological knowledge when constructing gene regulatory networks
Labeling nodes using three degrees of propagation
Predicting node characteristics from molecular networks
Fast integration of heterogeneous data sources for predicting gene function with limited annotation.
Using the Gene Ontology hierarchy when predicting gene function
GeneMANIA: a real-time multiple association network integration algorithm for predicting gene function