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Figure 3. Sub networks that mentioned in discussion.. From: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Dynamic Biological Networks in HCV Induced Hepatocarcinogenesis.

(A) Sub network that deregulated initially from hepatitis C. (B) One of the sub networks that deregulated initially from cirrhosis; (C) One of the sub networks that deregulated initially from BCLC stage 0 HCC.

Bing He, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e18516.
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Figure 4. Cirrhosis-related network mentioned in discussion.. From: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Dynamic Biological Networks in HCV Induced Hepatocarcinogenesis.

Node color: green, nodes used to be in cirrhosis-HCC-risky sub-network; yellow, nodes in HCC-risky sub-network; purple, other nodes in cirrhosis-related network. Edge color: red, PPI; green, TRI. Edge direction: undirected, PPI; directed, TRI, from transcriptional factor to target gene.

Bing He, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e18516.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. Disease related biological networks.. From: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Dynamic Biological Networks in HCV Induced Hepatocarcinogenesis.

Edge color: red, PPI; green, TRI. Edge direction: undirected, PPI; directed, TRI, from transcriptional factor to target gene. (A) Hepatitis related biological network; (B) cirrhosis related biological network; (C) BCLC stage 0 HCC related biological network; (D) BCLC stage A HCC related biological network; (E) BCLC stage B HCC related biological network; (F) BCLC stage C HCC related biological network.

Bing He, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e18516.
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Figure 2. Sub networks identified in developing progression of HCV induced hepatocarcinogenesis.. From: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Dynamic Biological Networks in HCV Induced Hepatocarcinogenesis.

Edge color: red, PPI; green, TRI. Edge direction: undirected, PPI; directed, TRI, from transcriptional factor to target gene. (A) sub networks that were deregulated initially from hepatitis; (B) the ones that were deregulated initially from cirrhosis; (C) the ones that were deregulated initially form BCLC stage 0 HCC; (D) the ones that were deregulated initially form BCLC stage A HCC; (E) the ones that were deregulated initially form BCLC stage B HCC; (F)the ones that were deregulated initially form BCLC stage C HCC.

Bing He, et al. PLoS One. 2011;6(4):e18516.

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