Leveraging expression and network data for protein function prediction
Protein function prediction is one of the prominent problems in bioinformatics today. Protein annotation is slowly falling behind as more and more genomes are being sequenced. Experimental methods are expensive and time consuming, which leaves computational methods to fill the gap. While computational methods are still not accurate enough to be used without human supervision, this is the goal. The Gene Ontology (GO) is a collection of terms that are the standard for protein function annotations. Because of the structure of GO, protein function prediction is a hierarchical multi-label classification ...
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