Models

21 Models visible to you, out of a total of 24

The main goal is to provide a principled analysis workflow addressing specific issues of mass-spectrometry metabolite measurements in the context of testing in multiple studies with a high number of hypotheses

Shiny-Application of an analysis pipeline for preprocessing, association and covariate selection of metabolite data with clinical and lifestyle factors in one or more seperate studies. Preprocessing steps include transformation, outlier filtering and batch-adjustment. Analyses include uni-
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Creator: Carl Beuchel

Contributor: Carl Beuchel

Introduction
On this homepage we provide a web-based tool to calculate prognostic scores on haematopoietic toxicity for 6 cycles CHOP-like regimen in patients with aggressive NHL. As we used for this analysis the data collected within the NHL-B1 and NHL-B2 trials of the DSHNHL as described in detail in Pfreundschuh et al. the predictions are valid for similar patient populations.

Description
We offer two types of models. Pre-treatment models include beside the therapy regimen only prognostic
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Creators: René Hänsel, Marita Ziepert

Contributor: René Hänsel

The platform is intended for visualization of expression- and mutation-driven changes in biological pathway activities in cancer datasets available in ICGC. The impact of somatic mutations on protein-protein interactions were calculated using Mechismo. Overall activity of biological pathway was evaluated using Pathway Signal Flow algorithm. The application provides interactive heatmaps for pathway output sink node activities and pathway images with mapped affected interactions and output node
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Creators: Christoph Beger, Siras Hakobyan

Contributor: Christoph Beger

The GC-HBOC BC Risk Explorer (GC-HBOC BC-RE) predicts the breast cancer risk for BRCA1/2 carriers and high-risk non-carriers at risk for first breast cancer (cohort 1), and BRCA1/2 carriers and high-risk non-carriers who were previously diagnosed with unilateral breast cancer, and are at risk for contralateral breast cancer (cohort 2). GC-HBOC BC-RE is based on data from female BRCA1/2 carriers and non-carriers with a family history of breast and ovarian cancer, who participated in the intensified
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Creators: Silke Zachariae, Christoph Engel

Contributor: Silke Zachariae

The PREMM5 has been developed as a pretest to decide whether patients suspected of having Lynch syndrome should be tested for germline mismatch repair gene mutations. In contrast to "PREMM1,2,6" it can be used to predict mutation probabilities in unaffected index patients.
"PREMM5" is a logistic regression model. It calculates the risk of having a mutation in the mismatch repair genes MLH1, MSH2/EPCAM, MSH6 and PMS2 (for single genes and overall) based on the personal and familial cancer history
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Creators: Christoph Engel, Silke Zachariae, Kastrinos et al.

Contributor: Silke Zachariae

The PREMM1,2,6 has been developed as a pretest to decide whether patients suspected of having Lynch syndrome should be tested for germline mismatch repair gene mutations.
"PREMM1,2,6" is a logistic regression model. It calculates the risk of having a mutation in the mismatch repair genes MLH1, MSH2 and MSH6 (for single genes and overall) based on the personal and familial cancer history of the proband (colorectal, endometrial, and other Lynch syndrome related cancers).

Creators: Christoph Engel, Silke Zachariae, Kastrinos et al.

Contributor: Silke Zachariae

Motivation:
The "GC-HBOC Mutation Frequency Explorer" can be used to assist clinicians and genetic counselors in the clinical management of families suspected of having hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and to decide whether genetic testing should be performed.

Description:
The "GC-HBOC Mutation Frequency Explorer" is a tool to determine the observed frequencies of pathogenic BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations based on familial cancer history data collected since 1996 by the German Consortium for
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Creators: Silke Zachariae, Christoph Engel

Contributor: Silke Zachariae

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