A Preliminary Comparison of P-Tool Consistency. Murillo, J.; Spetale, F.; Tapia, E.; Krsticevic, F.; Cailloux, O.; Guillaume, S.; Vazquez, G.; Fernandez, T.; Destercke, S.; Ponce, S.; and Bulacio, P. In González Díaz, C. A.; Chapa González, C.; Laciar Leber, E.; Vélez, H. A.; Puente, N. P.; Flores, D.; Andrade, A. O.; Galván, H. A.; Martínez, F.; García, R.; Trujillo, C. J.; and Mejía, A. R., editors, VIII Latin American Conference on Biomedical Engineering and XLII National Conference on Biomedical Engineering, of IFMBE Proceedings, pages 731–735, 2020. Springer International Publishing.
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Many Bioinformatics tools, known as p-tools, have been developed to predict the effect of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) on gene functionality, in an effort to reduce the need for in-vivo assays. However, the large number of p-tools available and the heterogeneity of their output make their selection and comparison difficult. To study the consistency of predictions across p-tools, here we present two indices and test them on five p-tools whose predictions are based on different types of background information. For this test, SNPs from well-known organism Drosophila melanogaster are considered.
@inproceedings{murillo_preliminary_2020,
	series = {{IFMBE} {Proceedings}},
	title = {A {Preliminary} {Comparison} of {P}-{Tool} {Consistency}},
	isbn = {978-3-030-30648-9},
	doi = {10.1007/978-3-030-30648-9_97},
	url_HAL = {https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03082827},
	abstract = {Many Bioinformatics tools, known as p-tools, have been developed to predict the effect of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) on gene functionality, in an effort to reduce the need for in-vivo assays. However, the large number of p-tools available and the heterogeneity of their output make their selection and comparison difficult. To study the consistency of predictions across p-tools, here we present two indices and test them on five p-tools whose predictions are based on different types of background information. For this test, SNPs from well-known organism Drosophila melanogaster are considered.},
	language = {en},
	booktitle = {{VIII} {Latin} {American} {Conference} on {Biomedical} {Engineering} and {XLII} {National} {Conference} on {Biomedical} {Engineering}},
	publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
	author = {Murillo, Javier and Spetale, Flavio and Tapia, Elizabeth and Krsticevic, Flavia and Cailloux, Olivier and Guillaume, Serge and Vazquez, Gustavo and Fernandez, Tamara and Destercke, Sebastien and Ponce, Sergio and Bulacio, Pilar},
	editor = {González Díaz, César A. and Chapa González, Christian and Laciar Leber, Eric and Vélez, Hugo A. and Puente, Norma P. and Flores, Dora-Luz and Andrade, Adriano O. and Galván, Héctor A. and Martínez, Fabiola and García, Renato and Trujillo, Citlalli J. and Mejía, Aldo R.},
	year = {2020},
	pages = {731--735}
}
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