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Probability of interactions being present in all remaining networks, compared to remaining networks that perform well.

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posted on 16.09.2010, 00:10 authored by Clare E. Giacomantonio, Geoffrey J. Goodhill

All interactions in the good networks occur at about the expected frequency, which means that it is difficult to identify any further combinations of interactions that ensured networks performed badly or well. Despite this, we can still use the probabilities of individual interactions among the remaining good networks as an indicator of which interactions are likely and unlikely to occur in the gene network regulating cortical arealisation.