Analyses of domains and domain fusions in human proto-oncogenes
Liu, Qi; Huang, Jinling; Liu, Huiqing; Wan, Ping; Ye, Xiuzi; Xu, Ying
Background: Understanding the constituent domains of oncogenes, their origins and their fusions may shed new light about the initiation and the development of cancers. Results: We have developed a computational pipeline for identification of functional domains of human genes, prediction of the origins of these domains and their major fusion events during evolution through integration of existing and new tools of our own. An application of the pipeline to 124 well-characterized human oncogenes has led to the identification of a collection of domains and domain pairs that occur substantially more frequently in oncogenes than in human genes on average. Most of these enriched domains and domain pairs are related to tyrosine kinase activities. In addition, our analyses indicate that a substantial portion of the domain-fusion events of oncogenes took place in metazoans during evolution. Conclusion: We expect that the computational pipeline for domain identification, domain origin and domain fusion prediction will prove to be useful for studying other groups of genes. Originally published BMC Bioinformatics, Vol. 10, No. 88, Mar 2009
Liu, Qi, & Huang, Jinling, & Liu, Huiqing, & Wan, Ping, & Ye, Xiuzi, & Xu, Ying. (March 2009). Analyses of domains and domain fusions in human proto-oncogenes. BMC Bioinformatics, (10:88), p.1-16. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3329
Liu, Qi, and Huang, Jinling, and Liu, Huiqing, and Wan, Ping, and Ye, Xiuzi, and Xu, Ying. "Analyses of domains and domain fusions in human proto-oncogenes". BMC Bioinformatics. 10:88. (1-16.), March 2009. February 24, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3329.
Liu, Qi and Huang, Jinling and Liu, Huiqing and Wan, Ping and Ye, Xiuzi and Xu, Ying, "Analyses of domains and domain fusions in human proto-oncogenes," BMC Bioinformatics 10, no. 88 (March 2009), http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3329 (accessed February 24, 2020).
Liu, Qi, Huang, Jinling, Liu, Huiqing, Wan, Ping, Ye, Xiuzi, Xu, Ying. Analyses of domains and domain fusions in human proto-oncogenes. BMC Bioinformatics. March 2009; 10(88) 1-16. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/3329. Accessed February 24, 2020.
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