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Machine Learning Empowers Phosphoproteome Prediction in Cancers

This is the package of our winning algorithm in the 2017 NCI-CPTAC DREAM Proteogenomics Challenge.

background: Proteogenomics Challenge

see also: Hongyang Li and Yuanfang Guan's 1st Place Solution

Please contact (hyangl@umich.edu or gyuanfan@umich.edu) if you have any questions or suggestions.

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Installation

Git clone a copy of code:

git clone https://github.com/GuanLab/phosphoproteome_prediction.git

Required dependencies

  • R (3.4.3)
  • python (3.6.5)
  • numpy (1.13.3). It comes pre-packaged in Anaconda.
  • scikit-learn (0.19.0) A popular machine learning package. It can be installed by:
pip install -U scikit-learn

Dataset

All the omic data are 2D matrices, where columns are cancer samples and rows are genes/proteins/phosphorylation sites. The proteomic and phosphoproteomic data originally came from CPTAC-breast and CPTAC-ovary. The genomic data originally came from TCGA-breast and TCGA-ovary.

During the challenge, we directly downloaded these data from the challenge website. Unfortunatelly, this download link s no longer available for unregistered users. We therefore provided examples of dummy data in the directory data/raw/.

  • retrospective_breast_CNA_sort_common_gene_16884.txt
  • retrospective_breast_phospho_sort_common_gene_31981.txt
  • retrospective_breast_proteome_sort_common_gene_10005.txt
  • retrospective_breast_RNA_sort_common_gene_15107.txt
  • retrospective_ova_CNA_sort_common_gene_11859.txt
  • retrospective_ova_JHU_proteome_sort_common_gene_7061.txt
  • retrospective_ova_phospho_filtered.txt
  • retrospective_ova_phospho_sort_common_gene_10057.txt
  • retrospective_ova_PNNL_proteome_sort_common_gene_7061.txt
  • retrospective_ova_rna_seq_sort_common_gene_15121.txt

Then preprocess the data and generate 5-fold cross validatation using code in

  • data/trimmed_set
  • data/normalization
  • data/cv_set

Four models

We have two sets of code in parallel

  • prediction/breast
  • prediction/ova

1. "proteome" model

This model directly approximates the phosphorylation level based on the corresponding parent protein level.

prediction/breast/proteome/

2. "site-specific" model

This model considers the protein-protein interactions in regulating phosphorylation, in which all protein levels were used as features to make predictions. The base learner is random forest with maximum depth of 3 and 100 trees.

prediction/breast/individual/

3. "cross-tissue" model

Similar to the "site-specific" model, this model uses combined samples from breast and ovarian cancer samples.

prediction/breast/individual_transplant/

4. "multi-site" model

This model considers the associations between phosphorylation sites of the same parent protein.

prediction/breast/multisite/

5. ensemble model

Our final results are the ensemble of the 1-4 models mentioned above.

prediction/breast/final/

6. result analysis and figure preparation

analysis_sub3/
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