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TEAK: Topology Enrichment Analysis frameworK for detecting activated biological subpathways

To mine gene expression data sets effectively, analysis frameworks need to incorporate methods that identify intergenic relationships within enriched biologically relevant subpathways. For this purpose, we developed the Topology Enrichment Analysis frameworK (TEAK). TEAK employs a novel in-house algorithm and a tailor-made Clique Percolation Method to extract linear and nonlinear...

How Accurately Do Young Adults Recall Childhood Pets? A Validation Study

of Biostatistics and Research Epidemiology, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, Michigan (Charlotte Nicholas, Ganesa Wegienka, Suzanne Havstad, Christine Cole Johnson); Division of Allergy and Clinical

Gender Differences in Total and Allergen-specific Immunoglobulin E (IgE) Concentrations in a Population-based Cohort from Birth to Age Four Years

to Dr. Christine Cole Johnson, Henry Ford Health Sciences Center , 1 Ford Place, 3E, Detroit, Ml 48202 1 Division of Biostatistics and Research Epidemiology, Henry Ford Health System , Detroit, Ml 2

Environmental Epidemiology of Pediatric Asthma and Allergy

Cellular Toxicology with Human Applications, Wayne State University , Detroit, MI , USA 2 Reprint requests to Dr. Christine Cole Johnson, Henry Ford Health Sciences Center , 1 Ford Place, 5C, Detroit, MI

Race and Differences in Breast Cancer Survival in a Managed Care Population

BACKGROUND: African-American women with breast cancer have poorer survival than European-American women. After adjustment for socioeconomic variables, survival differences diminish but do not disappear, possibly because of residual differences in health care access, biology, or behavior. This study compared breast cancer survival in African-American and European-American women...

Is Shorter Always Better? Relative Importance of Questionnaire Length and Cognitive Ease on Response Rates and Data Quality for Two Dietary Questionnaires

In this study, the authors sought to determine the effects of length and clarity on response rates and data quality for two food frequency questionnaires (FFQs): the newly developed 36-page Diet History Questionnaire (DHQ), designed to be cognitively easier for respondents, and a 16-page FFQ developed earlier for the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian (PLCO) Cancer Screening...