NET-SYNTHESIS

NET-SYNTHESIS: A software for synthesis, inference and simplification of signal transduction networks. Our software performs combined synthesis, inference and simplification of signal transduction networks. The main idea of the application lies in representing observed indirect causal relationships as network paths, introducing pseudo-vertices for unknown intermediaries of these paths and using techniques from combinatorial optimization to find the most parsimonious graph consistent with all experimental observations. The software contains algorithms for (i) transitive reduction of an initially synthesized graph subject to the constraints that no edges corresponding to direct interactions are eliminated and (ii) pseudo-vertex collapse subject to the constraints that real (known) vertices are not eliminated.


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  1. von Stechow, Louise (ed.); Delgado, Alberto Santos (ed.): Computational cell biology. Methods and protocols (2018)
  2. Berman, Piotr; DasGupta, Bhaskar; Karpinski, Marek: Approximating transitive reductions for directed networks (2009)
  3. Kachalo, Sema; Zhang, Ranran; Sontag, Eduardo D.; Albert, RĂ©ka; Dasgupta, Bhaskar: NET-SYNTHESIS: a software for synthesis, inference and simplification of signal transduction networks. (2008) ioport