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Reverse engineering gene regulatory networks

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An information theoretic algorithm that prunes away potentially indirect interactions allows for improved reconstruction of biological networks.

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Figure 1: Comparison of the performance of ARACNe and a Bayesian network inference algorithm in reverse engineering a synthetic gene regulatory network.

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