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Identification of differentially methylated loci using wavelet-based functional mixed models



Identification of differentially methylated loci using wavelet-based functional mixed models



Bioinformatics 32(5): 664-672



DNA methylation is a key epigenetic modification that can modulate gene expression. Over the past decade, a lot of studies have focused on profiling DNA methylation and investigating its alterations in complex diseases such as cancer. While early studies were mostly restricted to CpG islands or promoter regions, recent findings indicate that many of important DNA methylation changes can occur in other regions and DNA methylation needs to be examined on a genome-wide scale. In this article, we apply the wavelet-based functional mixed model methodology to analyze the high-throughput methylation data for identifying differentially methylated loci across the genome. Contrary to many commonly-used methods that model probes independently, this framework accommodates spatial correlations across the genome through basis function modeling as well as correlations between samples through functional random effects, which allows it to be applied to many different settings and potentially leads to more power in detection of differential methylation. We applied this framework to three different high-dimensional methylation data sets (CpG Shore data, THREE data and NIH Roadmap Epigenomics data), studied previously in other works. A simulation study based on CpG Shore data suggested that in terms of detection of differentially methylated loci, this modeling approach using wavelets outperforms analogous approaches modeling the loci as independent. For the THREE data, the method suggests newly detected regions of differential methylation, which were not reported in the original study. Automated software called WFMM is available at https://biostatistics.mdanderson.org/SoftwareDownload CpG Shore data is available at http://rafalab.dfci.harvard.edu NIH Roadmap Epigenomics data is available at http://compbio.mit.edu/roadmap Supplementary data are available at Bioinformatics online. jefmorris@mdanderson.org.

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DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btv659


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