Pre-Cancer Diagnosis via TP53 Gene Mutations Applied Ensemble Algorithms
Keywords:Ensemble algorithm, Gene mutation, TP53, Cancer disease, Machine learning.
According to current study, individuals with cancer who have a gene mutation have a bad prognosis. Young women with breast cancer had a poorer prognosis than older women, although it is unknown if the p53 gene mutation contributed to this. Due in part to the devastation of cancer, the appropriate technology may help cancer sufferers in regaining their lives. Researchers seek for mutations in cancer-causing gene sequences in order to identify the precancerous stage. While genetic testing may be used to forecast some kinds of cancer, there is presently no effective technique for identifying all cancers caused by TP53 gene mutations. It is one of the most often discovered genetic anomalies in human cancer is a malfunction in the action of the protein P53. As a consequence, the Universal Mutation Database is used to identify gene mutations (UMDCell-line2010).
The issue is that, although many basic databases (for example, Excel format databases) exist that include datasets of TP53 gene mutations associated with disease (cancer), this huge database is incapable of detecting cancer. Thus, the purpose the objective of this study is to create an approach for data mining that utilizes a neural network to ascertain the pre-cancerous state. To begin, bioinformatics techniques such as BLAST, CLUSTALW, and NCBI were used to determine whether or not there were any malignant mutations; second, the proposed method was carried out in two stages: to begin, bioinformatics techniques such as BLAST, CLUSTALW, and NCBI were used to determine whether or not there were any malignant mutations; and third, the proposed method was carried out in two stages: to begin, bioinformatics techniques such as To begin, bioinformatics tools such as BLAST and CLUSTAL
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