Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore

Bangalore, India

Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore

Bangalore, India
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Farah S.,Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore | Sushma M.S.,Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore | Asha T.,Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore | Cauvery B.,Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore | Shivanand K.S.,Bangalore Institute of Technology Bangalore
Proceedings - 7th IEEE International Advanced Computing Conference, IACC 2017 | Year: 2017

Most diseases are not triggered by a single genome but by a combination of genomes together. Sequences occurring more frequently in the diseased samples than in the healthy samples indicate the generic factors of the disease. DNA has become an extremely useful tool for predicting disease. By allowing medical professionals to identify genes in DNA that are markers for diseases, a person can make appropriate lifestyle or similar modifications to help lower the risk of disease. We propose a system in which the above knowledge is provided by determining the probabilistic levels of a disease occurring if the causal gene or the associated genes are mutated. © 2017 IEEE.

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