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Elastic-Net Copula Granger Causality for Inference of Biological Networks.

Mohammad Shaheryar Furqan, Mohammad Yakoob Siyal,

In bioinformatics, the inference of biological networks is one of the most active research areas. It involves decoding various complex biological networks that are responsible for performing diverse functions in human body. Among these networks analysis, most of the research focus is towards understanding effective brain connectivity and gene networks ... Read more >>

PLoS ONE (PloS one)
[2016, 11(10):e0165612]

Cited: 3 times

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Inference of biological networks using Bi-directional Random Forest Granger causality.

Mohammad Shaheryar Furqan, Mohammad Yakoob Siyal,

The standard ordinary least squares based Granger causality is one of the widely used methods for detecting causal interactions between time series data. However, recent developments in technology limit the utilization of some existing implementations due to the availability of high dimensional data. In this paper, we are proposing a ... Read more >>

(SpringerPlus)
[2016, 5:514]

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Random forest Granger causality for detection of effective brain connectivity using high-dimensional data.

Mohammad Shaheryar Furqan, Mohammad Yakoob Siyal,

Studies have shown that the brain functions are not localized to isolated areas and connections but rather depend on the intricate network of connections and regions inside the brain. These networks are commonly analyzed using Granger causality (GC) that utilizes the ordinary least squares (OLS) method for its standard implementation. ... Read more >>

J. Integr. Neurosci. (Journal of integrative neuroscience)
[2016, 15(1):55-66]

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Risk profile for breast carcinoma and tumour histopathology of medical uninsured patients in Pakistan.

Uzma Raza, Aziza Khanam, Meh-Jabeen, Mohammad Furqan, Saleem-ul-Haque,

BACKGROUND: Breast carcinoma is an unpredictable disease in the sense that some patients may die at early disease stage due to wide-spread metastasis within six months to one year, while others may survive longer. This study was aimed to evaluate the risk factors for breast carcinoma occurrence and histopathological features ... Read more >>

J Ayub Med Coll Abbottabad (Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad : JAMC)
[2011, 23(1):9-14]

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