Fatigue-Related Gene Networks Identified in CD14+ Cells Isolated From HIV-Infected Patients-Part II: Statistical Analysis

Joachim G. Voss, Adrian Dobra, Caryn Morse, Joseph A. Kovacs, Raghavan Pillai Raju, Robert L. Danner, Peter J. Munson, Carolea Logan, Zoila Rangel, Joseph W. Adelsberger, Mary McLaughlin, Larry D. Adams, Marinos C. Dalakas

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Abstract

Purpose: In limited samples of valuable biological tissues, univariate ranking methods of microarray analyses often fail to show significant differences among expression profiles. In order to allow for hypothesis generation, novel statistical modeling systems can be greatly beneficial. The authors applied new statistical approaches to solve the issue of limited experimental data to generate new hypotheses in CD14+ cells of patients with HIV-related fatigue (HRF) and healthy controls. Methodology: We compared gene expression profiles of CD14+ cells of nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI)-treated HIV patients with low versus high fatigue to healthy controls (n = 5 each). With novel Bayesian modeling procedures, the authors identified 32 genes predictive of low versus high fatigue and 33 genes predictive of healthy versus HIV infection. Sparse association and liquid association networks further elucidated the possible biological pathways in which these genes are involved.Relevance for nursing practice: Genetic networks developed in a comprehensive Bayesian framework from small sample sizes allow nursing researchers to design future research approaches to address such issues as HRF. Implication for practice: The findings from this pilot study may take us one step closer to the development of useful biomarker targets for fatigue status. Specific and reliable tests are needed to diagnosis, monitor and treat fatigue and mitochondrial dysfunction.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)152-159
Number of pages8
JournalBiological Research For Nursing
Volume15
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 12 2013

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Gene Regulatory Networks
Fatigue
HIV
Nursing
Genes
Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors
Microarray Analysis
Transcriptome
Nucleosides
Sample Size
HIV Infections
Biomarkers
Research Personnel

Keywords

  • Bayesian inference
  • CD14
  • HIV
  • genetic network
  • liquid association

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  • Research and Theory

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Fatigue-Related Gene Networks Identified in CD14+ Cells Isolated From HIV-Infected Patients-Part II : Statistical Analysis. / Voss, Joachim G.; Dobra, Adrian; Morse, Caryn; Kovacs, Joseph A.; Raju, Raghavan Pillai; Danner, Robert L.; Munson, Peter J.; Logan, Carolea; Rangel, Zoila; Adelsberger, Joseph W.; McLaughlin, Mary; Adams, Larry D.; Dalakas, Marinos C.

In: Biological Research For Nursing, Vol. 15, No. 2, 12.02.2013, p. 152-159.

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Voss, JG, Dobra, A, Morse, C, Kovacs, JA, Raju, RP, Danner, RL, Munson, PJ, Logan, C, Rangel, Z, Adelsberger, JW, McLaughlin, M, Adams, LD & Dalakas, MC 2013, 'Fatigue-Related Gene Networks Identified in CD14+ Cells Isolated From HIV-Infected Patients-Part II: Statistical Analysis', Biological Research For Nursing, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 152-159. https://doi.org/10.1177/1099800411423307
Voss, Joachim G. ; Dobra, Adrian ; Morse, Caryn ; Kovacs, Joseph A. ; Raju, Raghavan Pillai ; Danner, Robert L. ; Munson, Peter J. ; Logan, Carolea ; Rangel, Zoila ; Adelsberger, Joseph W. ; McLaughlin, Mary ; Adams, Larry D. ; Dalakas, Marinos C. / Fatigue-Related Gene Networks Identified in CD14+ Cells Isolated From HIV-Infected Patients-Part II : Statistical Analysis. In: Biological Research For Nursing. 2013 ; Vol. 15, No. 2. pp. 152-159.
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