Additional file 1: Table S1. of Informed walks: whispering hints to gene hunters inside networks’ jungle

2017-10-11T05:00:00Z (GMT) by Marilena Bourdakou George Spyrou
Common and Exclusive genes between the seven subnetworks for each different cancer type. Table S2. Significant pathways for the case of common genes between the seven cancer types. Table S3. Significant pathways for the case of the exclusive breast cancer genes. Table S4. Significant pathways for the case of the exclusive colon cancer genes. Table S5. Significant pathways for the case of the exclusive colorectal cancer genes. Table S6. Significant pathways for the case of the exclusive rectum genes. Table S7. Significant pathways for the case of the exclusive ovarian cancer genes. Table S8. Significant pathways for the case of the exclusive glioma genes. Table S9. Significant pathways for the case of the exclusive glioblastoma genes. Table S10. Significant pathways for the case of breast cancer. Table S11. Significant pathways for the case of colon cancer. Table S12. Significant pathways for the case of colorectal cancer. Table S13. Significant pathways for the case of rectum. Table S14. Significant pathways for the case of ovarian cancer. Table S15. Significant pathways for the case of glioblastoma. Table S16. Significant pathways for the case of glioma. Table S17. Common and Exclusive mechanisms between the seven different cancer types. Table S18. Common and exclusive repurposed drugs of each cancer type. (DOCX 52 kb)