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**Yueyi Irene Liu CS374 Lecture Oct. 17, 2002**

Motif Finding Yueyi Irene Liu CS374 Lecture Oct. 17, 2002

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**Outline Background biology Motif-finding methods Word enumeration**

Gibbs sampling Random projection Phylogenetic footprinting Reducer

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**Regulation of Gene Expression**

Chromatin structure Transcription initiation Transcript processing and modification RNA transport Transcript stability Translation initiation Post-Translational Modification Protein Transport Control of Protein Stability

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**Typical Structure of an Eukaryotic mRNA Gene**

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**Control of Transcription Initiation**

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**Motif A conserved pattern that is found in two or more sequences**

Can be found in DNA (e.g., transcription factor binding sites) Protein RNA

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**Models for Representing Motifs**

Regular expression Consensus TGACGCA Degenerate WGACRCA Position Specific Matrix TGACGCA AGACGCA TGACACA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A 0.4 0.2 T 0.6 G 0.8 C

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**Where to look for motifs?**

Gene families: a set of genes controlled by a common transcription factor or common environmental stimulus How do you construct gene families? Microarray experiments

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**Microarrays experiments genes Cells of Interest Known DNA sequences**

10 Microarrays Isolate mRNA Cells of Interest Reference sample Known DNA sequences Glass slide genes Resulting data experiments Proteins can be measured by measuring DNA-like molecule called mRNA. Labeled mRNA (cdna) can selectively hybridize to matching DNA sequence on slide. Quantitate the data and represent it as a matrix, although we tend to display it in terms of colors, as shown here. Results usually shown as a ratios matrix (sample/reference) Experiments appear in columns Genes appear in rows Sizes range, 10,000 x 30 reasonable

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**Motif-finding Methods**

Goal: Look for motifs (5-15bp) in the data set Methods: Word enumeration method Gibbs sampling Random projection Phylogenetic footprinting Reducer

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**Word Enumeration For every word w, calculate:**

Expected frequency based on entire upstream region of the yeast genome E.g., P(ATTGA) = (0.4)4(0.1)1, given P(A) = P(T) = 0.4, P(G)=P(C) = 0.1 Expected number of occurrences of ATTGA: n*P(ATTGA) Observed frequency in the data set Statistical significance of enrichment Z = (O - E) / sqrt[np (1 - p)] ~ N(0, 1) Disadvantage: only consider exact word E.g, YCTGCA: TCTGCA and CCTGCA

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**Gibbs Sampling Matrix to capture a motif**

Goal: find the best ak to maximize the difference between motif and background base distribution. a1 a2 a3 a4 ak Liu, X

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**Gibbs Sampling (Lawrence, et al, 1993)**

Step 1: Pick random start position, compute current motif matrix Step 2: Iterative update Take one sequence out, update motif matrix Calcuate fitness score of each position of out sequence Pick start position in out sequence based on weight Ax Take out another sequence, …, until converge Step 3: Reset starting position Liu, X

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**Gibbs Sampling Initialization Pick random start position, compute motif matrix**

ak a1' a3' a4' ak' a2' Liu, X

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Gibbs Sampling Iteration Steps 1) Take out one sequence, calculate the fitness score of every subsequence relative to the current motif a1' ????????????????? a2' a3' a4' ak' Liu, X

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**Fitness Score Ax = Qx / Px**

Current Motif Ax = Qx / Px Qx: probability of generating subsequence x from current motif Px: probability of generating subsequence x from background 1 2 3 A 0.1 0.3 0.7 T 0.2 G 0.4 C Background: P(A) = P(T) = 0.4 P(G) = P(C) = 0.1 X = GGA: Q? P?

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**Gibbs Sampling Iteration Steps 2) Pick new start position sampling from fitness score**

ak' Liu, X

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Recent Development Random Projection Phylogenetic Footprinting Reducer

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**Random Projection (Buhler, 2002)**

(l, d)-motif problem: M is an (unknown) motif of length l Each occurrence of M is corrupted by exactly d point substitutions in random positions No known biological motifs are of (l, d)-motif CCcaAG CCcgAG CCgcAG CCtaAG CCtgAG CtATgG CCctAc tCtTAG CaAcAG CCAgAa

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**Random Projection Algorithm**

Guiding principle: Some instances of a motif agree on a subset of positions. Use information from multiple motif instances to construct model. ATGCGTC ...ccATCCGACca... ...ttATGAGGCtc... ...ctATAAGTCgc... ...tcATGTGACac... (7,2) motif x(1) x(2) x(5) x(8) =M Buhler, J

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**k-Projections Choose k positions in string of length l.**

Concatenate nucleotides at chosen k positions to form k-tuple. In l-dimensional Hamming space, projection onto k dimensional subspace. l = 15 k = 7 P ATGGCATTCAGATTC TGCTGAT Buhler, J P = (2, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 13)

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**Random Projection Algorithm**

Choose a projection by selecting k positions uniformly at random. For each l-tuple in input sequences, hash into bucket based on letters at k selected positions. Recover motif from bucket containing multiple l-tuples. Input sequence x(i): …TCAATGCACCTAT... Bucket TGCT TGCACCT Buhler, J

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**Example l = 7 (motif size) , k = 4 (projection size)**

Choose projection (1,2,5,7) Input Sequence ...TAGACATCCGACTTGCCTTACTAC... ATGC ATCCGAC GCTC Buckets GCCTTAC Buhler, J

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Hashing and Buckets Hash function h(x) obtained from k positions of projection. Buckets are labeled by values of h(x). Enriched buckets: contain more than s l-tuples, for some parameter s. ATTC CATC GCTC ATGC Buhler, J

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Motif Refinement How do we recover the motif from the sequences in the enriched buckets? k nucleotides are known from hash value of bucket. Use information in other l-k positions as starting point for local refinement scheme, e.g. EM or Gibbs sampler ATGC ATCCGAC ATGAGGC ATAAGTC ATGTGAC Local refinement algorithm ATGCGTC Candidate motif Buhler, J

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**Parameter Selection Projection size k**

Choose k small so several motif instances hash to same bucket. (k < l - d) Choose k large to avoid contamination by spurious l-mers. ( 4k > t (n - l + 1) Bucket threshold s: (s = 3, s = 4) Buhler, J

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Recent Development Random Projection Phylogenetic Footprinting Reducer

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**Conservation of Regulatory Elements in Upstream of ApoAI Gene**

Hepatic site C CCAAT box Mouse Rabbit Human Chicken TATA box TATA box TATA box

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AAGCA ACGCA

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**Substring Parsimony Problem**

Given: orthologous upstream sequences S1,…Sn phylogenetic tree T of the n species size k of the motif, threshold d Problem: Find all sets of substrings s1,…sn of S1,…Sn , each of size k, such that the parsimony score of s1,…sn on T is at most d Blanchette, M

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**Parsimony Score s1 s2 s`34 s6 s5 s4 s3 Tree T:**

Minimum (all possible labelings of internal nodes) l(v) – label of node v d(l1, l2) – Hamming distance Blanchette, M

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**String Parsimony Problem**

S1: AAAGCATTC S2: TACGCACCC S3: GAAGCAGGG AAGCA ACGCA k = 5 d = 1 S1 S2 S3

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**Algorithm: version I Root the tree at arbitrary internal node r**

Compute table Wu of size 4k for each node u, where Wu[s] – best parsimony score for subtree rooted at u when u is labeled with s Direct implementation of this recursion gives O(n∙k∙(42k + l), where l – average sequence length Blanchette, M

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**Algorithm: version II u labeled s w v**

Define X(u, v)[s] – best parsimony score for subtree consisting of edge (u,v) and the subtree rooted at v u labeled s w v Blanchette, M

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**Algorithm: version II (continued)**

Update X(u, v) in phases: in phase p maintain set Bp of sequences t, such that X(u, v)[t] = p Define: Ra = {s: Wv[s] = a} N(s) = {t in ∑k: d(s, t) = 1} Start in phase m and let Bm = Rm Update Computation of X(u, v) takes O(k∙4k) Blanchette, M

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Improvements Reduce the size of Bp when sequences contribute to X(u, v) greater than threshold d In phase p, only care for sequence X(u, v) [s] if Leads to significant reductions in stages d/2 … d Reduce the number of substrings inserted in W at the leaves For substring s of Si, if its best match against any Sj, has Hamming distance at least d, s can be discarded Blanchette, M

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**Results Practical limit on k = 10**

There appeared to be a threshold d0 with very few solutions below and many above Algorithm found ~80% known binding sites Performed better than ClustalW, MEME, Consensus Blanchette, M

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Recent Development Random Projection Phylogenetic Footprinting Reducer

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**Reducer (Bussemaker, et al 2001)**

Links motif finding to expression level Ag = C + Σ Fu Nug Ag: gene expression level (logarithm of expression ratio) M: number of significant motifs Ng: number of occurrences of motif u in gene g C: baseline expression level (same for all genes) F: increase/decrease of expression level caused by presence of motif

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**Reducer (Cont’d) Log ratio of expression levels Gene1 Gene2 Gene3**

Expression vector Log ratio of expression levels Gene1 Gene2 Gene3 Gene4 … GeneN 1.3 -3.7 10.3 4.5 -2.3 Motif vector Number of times that motif occurs in the upstream region of the gene AAAAA 2 5 3 AAAAT 1 Liu, X

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**Reducer (Cont’d) Normalize expression (A) and motif (n) vectors**

Linear regression between A vector and every n vector to find the best fit n to A Step-wise regression to combine effects of motifs Subtract the effect of one motif Find the next best motif Liu, X

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**Acknowlegement People from whom I borrowed slides:**

Xiaole Liu (Reducer) Olga Troyanskaya (Microarray) Jeremy Buhler (Random projections) Mathieu Blanchette (Phylogenetic footprinting) Various web sources

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**overlay images and normalise**

excitation scanning cDNA clones (probes) laser 2 laser 1 PCR product amplification purification emission printing mRNA target) overlay images and normalise 0.1nl/spot microarray Hybridise target to microarray analysis

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**Information Content of Motifs**

Uncertainty Information = Hbefore - Hafter

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**Improvement on Original Gibbs sampler**

0 ~ n copies of sites in each sequence Iterative masking to find multiple motifs Use higher order Markov models to improve motif specificity

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**Clinical Importance of Defects in Regulatory Elements**

Burkitt’s Lymphoma

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**Statistical Methods Expectation Maximization (EM) Gibbs sampling MEME**

BioProspector AlignACE

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**Motifs are not limited to DNAs**

RNA motifs RNA – RNA interaction motifs, e.g., intron-exon splice sites RNA – protein interaction motifs, e.g., binding of proteins to RNA polyA tail Protein motifs E.g., Helix-turn-helix motif

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Sequence Logo

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**Why is this Problem Hard?**

Motif information content low Hamming distance between each motif instance high

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