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A Deep Learning Framework for Prediction of the Mechanism of Action

by Jingyuan Dai, Shahram Latifi
International Journal of Computer Applications
Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA
Volume 183 - Number 12
Year of Publication: 2021
Authors: Jingyuan Dai, Shahram Latifi
10.5120/ijca2021921383

Jingyuan Dai, Shahram Latifi . A Deep Learning Framework for Prediction of the Mechanism of Action. International Journal of Computer Applications. 183, 12 ( Jun 2021), 1-7. DOI=10.5120/ijca2021921383

@article{ 10.5120/ijca2021921383,
author = { Jingyuan Dai, Shahram Latifi },
title = { A Deep Learning Framework for Prediction of the Mechanism of Action },
journal = { International Journal of Computer Applications },
issue_date = { Jun 2021 },
volume = { 183 },
number = { 12 },
month = { Jun },
year = { 2021 },
issn = { 0975-8887 },
pages = { 1-7 },
numpages = {9},
url = { https://ijcaonline.org/archives/volume183/number12/31976-2021921383/ },
doi = { 10.5120/ijca2021921383 },
publisher = {Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA},
address = {New York, USA}
}
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%A Jingyuan Dai
%A Shahram Latifi
%T A Deep Learning Framework for Prediction of the Mechanism of Action
%J International Journal of Computer Applications
%@ 0975-8887
%V 183
%N 12
%P 1-7
%D 2021
%I Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA
Abstract

This paper aims to apply deep learning algorithms to advance a new drug’s mechanism of action (MoA) prediction. Since one drug can have one or more MoAs, algorithms must be developed to perform multi-label classification problems. This paper puts forward a deep learning framework, MoA Net, which ensembles one residual network and five convolutional neural networks to predict MoA targets. To find optimal parameter sets, the authors implements Bayesian tuning techniques on each sub network of MoA Net. The study uses logarithmic loss function to evaluate the model’s performance. Results show successful MoA target prediction in the dataset provided by the LISH and LINCS Connectivity Map.

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Index Terms

Computer Science
Information Sciences

Keywords

Convolutional Neural Nets Genetic Expression Drugs Mechanism of Actions Residual Networks