Trans-Omics: How To Reconstruct Biochemical Networks Across Multiple ‘Omic’ Layers

Trans-Omics: How To Reconstruct Biochemical Networks Across Multiple ‘Omic’ Layers We propose ‘trans-omic’ analysis for reconstructing global biochemical networks across multiple omic layers by use of both multi-omic measurements and computational data integration. We introduce technologies for connecting multi-omic data based on prior knowledge of biochemical interactions and characterize a biochemical trans-omic network by concepts of a static and dynamic nature. We introduce case studies of metabolism-centric trans-omic studies to show how to reconstruct a biochemical trans-omic network by connecting multi-omic data and how to analyze it in terms of the static and dynamic nature. We propose a trans-ome-wide association study (trans-OWAS) connecting phenotypes with trans-omic networks that reflect both genetic and environmental factors, which can characterize several complex lifestyle diseases as breakdowns in the trans-omic system. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Trends in Biotechnology Elsevier

Trans-Omics: How To Reconstruct Biochemical Networks Across Multiple ‘Omic’ Layers

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Elsevier Current Trends
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Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd
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0167-7799
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10.1016/j.tibtech.2015.12.013
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Abstract

We propose ‘trans-omic’ analysis for reconstructing global biochemical networks across multiple omic layers by use of both multi-omic measurements and computational data integration. We introduce technologies for connecting multi-omic data based on prior knowledge of biochemical interactions and characterize a biochemical trans-omic network by concepts of a static and dynamic nature. We introduce case studies of metabolism-centric trans-omic studies to show how to reconstruct a biochemical trans-omic network by connecting multi-omic data and how to analyze it in terms of the static and dynamic nature. We propose a trans-ome-wide association study (trans-OWAS) connecting phenotypes with trans-omic networks that reflect both genetic and environmental factors, which can characterize several complex lifestyle diseases as breakdowns in the trans-omic system.

Journal

Trends in BiotechnologyElsevier

Published: Apr 1, 2016

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