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Table 2 The target mRNAs and their rules for each miRNA rule.

From: Connecting rules from paired miRNA and mRNA expression data sets of HCV patients to detect both inverse and positive regulatory relationships

Rule ID Euclidean distance Average AUC #mRNA in dataset Class1 #rules2 in HCV+ #rules3 in HCV- #mRNAs in all rules #mRNAs4 in top rules
R1 4.8946 0.9323 300 HCV+ 2 14 110 15
R2 3.2888 0.9323 517 HCV+ 2 21 159 12
R3 2.5160 0.9323 329 HCV+ 2 14 85 12
R4 2.3360 0.8889 247 HCV+ 2 11 75 12
R5 0.2256 0.8681 184 HCV+ 2 5 41 13
R6 1.6425 0.9115 650 HCV- 8 34 269 10
R7 1.2757 0.8750 398 HCV- 7 28 227 10
R8 2.6420 0.9028 186 HCV- 2 6 55 20
R9 0.9806 0.8958 289 HCV- 1 12 97 11
  1. R1: miR-557 and miR-214; R2: miR-34a and miR-214; R3: miR-493-3p and miR-214; R4: miR-214 and miR184; R5: miR-184 and miR-210; R6: miR-129 and miR-765; R7: miR-765 and miR-210; R8: miR-210 and miR-452; R9: miR-452 and miR-17-3p. 1 : the miRNA rule defines a region covering all samples of a class.
  2. 2(3): the number of mRNA rules, each of which defines a region covering all samples of HCV+(HCV-).
  3. 4: the number of mRNAs in the top four mRNA rules: the top two mRNA rules in HCV+ (one rule is used if it is the only mRNA rule in HCV+) and another top two rules in HCV-.