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Step-wise target controllability identifies dysregulated pathways of macrophage networks in multiple sclerosis

Abstract : Identifying the nodes able to drive the state of a network is crucial to understand, and eventually control, biological systems. Despite recent advances, such identification remains difficult because of the huge number of equivalent controllable configurations, even in relatively simple networks. Based on the evidence that in many applications it is essential to test the ability of individual nodes to control a specific target subset, we develop a fast and principled method to identify controllable driver-target configurations in sparse and directed networks. We demonstrate our approach on simulated networks and experimental gene networks to characterize macrophage dysregulation in human subjects with multiple sclerosis.
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Giulia Bassignana, Jennifer Fransson, Vincent Henry, Olivier Colliot, Violetta Zujovic, et al.. Step-wise target controllability identifies dysregulated pathways of macrophage networks in multiple sclerosis. Network Neuroscience, MIT Press, 2021, 5 (2), pp.337-357. ⟨10.1162/netn_a_00180⟩. ⟨hal-03022314⟩

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