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Essential genes, gene networks in human, Jiang etal, Genome biology, 2015
Peng Jiang, X. Shirley Liu Genoem Biology, 2015, 16:239; network based prediction of essential genes
Essential genes in human are studied this paper. These data can be used for network aging modeling in human.
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The STRING network genes were grouped into 2,271 dense complexes using SPICi .