Complete canonical correlation analysis for multi-omic molecular subtyping of colorectal cancer

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBIBE 2018 - International Conference on Biological Information and Biomedical Engineering
EditorsChengyu Liu
PublisherVDE Verlag GmbH
Pages319-322
ISBN (print)978-3-8007-4727-6
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2018

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TitleInternational Conference on Biological Information and Biomedical Engineering (BIBE 2018)
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PlaceChina
CityShanghai
Period6 - 8 July 2018

Abstract

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers, and one of the leading causes of cancerrelated death [1, 2]. Similar to other major malignancies, colon cancer is a heterogeneous disease, posing a great challenge to selection of patients for optimized therapy. Recently, the colorectal cancer subtyping consortium identified four consensus molecular subtypes (CMSs), i.e., CMS1 (MSI immune), CMS2 (Canonical), CMS3 (Metabolic) and CMS4 (Mesenchymal), with distinct biological characteristics and clinical associations. However, the classification system developed by the CRC Subtyping Consortium (CRCSC) can only be applied to transcriptome data, which greatly limited its potentially widespread applications to other types of omic data. Here, we address the challenge by developing a multi-omic classifier based on data fusion using Canonical Correlation Analysis (CCA), which is a well-established method popular in pattern recognition, such as multi-view gait recognition, facial expression recognition, handwritten digits recognition. Using colon cancer as a case study, we demonstrated that integrating different types of omic data using Complete Canonical Correlation Analysis (C3A) followed by classification based on support vector machine provides a novel multi-omic cancer classification framework. Compared to single-omic classification, multi-omic classification substantially improved the performance.

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Complete canonical correlation analysis for multi-omic molecular subtyping of colorectal cancer. / Qi, Lin; Wang, Wei; Xing, Xianglei et al.
BIBE 2018 - International Conference on Biological Information and Biomedical Engineering. ed. / Chengyu Liu. VDE Verlag GmbH, 2018. p. 319-322.

Research output: Chapters, Conference Papers, Creative and Literary WorksRGC 32 - Refereed conference paper (with host publication)peer-review