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Table 2 The results of GBM mutation data

From: A simple knowledge-based mining method for exploring hidden key molecules in a human biomolecular network

Gene symbol Degree nlBC Included in the input Simulated p-value
PTK2 20 0.014 no 5. 02×10−5
BCAR1 17 0.00496 yes 1. 52×10−3
CD36 11 0.00336 no 2. 15×10−3
PIK3CB 10 0.00525 no 2. 70×10−3
MAP2 6 0.00223 no 3. 81×10−3
DHFR 4 0.00318 no 4. 62×10−3
VAV3 11 0.00483 no 5. 44×10−3
ITGB3 37 0.0273 yes 5. 83×10−3
SP3 9 0.00678 no 6. 44×10−3
TXN 8 0.00692 no 6. 83×10−3
DAP3 8 0.00269 no 7. 22×10−3
RUNX2 22 0.0111 no 7. 78×10−3
NR2F1 8 0.0239 no 8. 61×10−3
PXN 45 0.0198 no 8. 85×10−3
RPS27L 9 0.00121 no 9. 09×10−3
PTPN1 33 0.018 no 9. 50×10−3
  1. The table shows the key molecules (p<0. 01) that were inferred by NetHiKe, with their degrees and nlBC values. The genes are ordered by their simulated p-values.
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