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Substantial progress has been achieved in recent years with the emergence of genome-wide association GWA studies Haines et al. Typically, these studies focus on single-nucleotide polymorphisms SNPsthe most common type of human genetic variation Wang et al. However, the identification of new SNPs in GWA studies does not necessarily reveal the variations that also contribute to human diseases.
The discovery of the biological function that arises from these DNA sequence variations requires the investigation of the complex relationship between genotype and phenotype information Pevsner, ; Genomes Project Consortium et al. For a number of human neurological and psychiatric disorders, in particular, alterations in brain anatomy, function and connectivity have been shown to be highly heritable and reliably correlated with the disease Jansen et al.
Consequently, measures derived from in-vivo anatomical or functional neuroimaging were increasingly introduced as intermediate phenotypes for genetic association analyses.
The statistical analysis of the relationship between the SNP and the neuroimaging measures requires the solution of high-dimensional association problems. Since both data sources naturally involve large numbers of variables, computationally efficient analysis frameworks are pivotal.
Multivariate statistical techniques have commonly been used in this field, since they are able to combine the information from multiple markers and multiple sources simultaneously into the analysis. However, the higher the dimensionality, the more challenging is the analysis from a statistical and computational point of view.
This relates to a phenomenon known as the curse of dimensionality, which states that obtaining a statistically reliable result requires the sample size to grow exponentially with the dimension Bellman, In addition, computation times become excessively long with increasing data dimensionality, posing a serious practical problem for many applications. One approach for mitigating high-dimensional data analysis is dimensionality reduction.
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Various dimensionality reduction techniques have been proposed for pre-processing in genetic neuroimaging. The reduced set of SNPs was further searched for association with the neuroimaging data using two multivariate strategies, penalized Partial Least Squares regression Wold, and regularized Kernel Canonical Correlation Analysis Hotelling, The authors showed that a relatively large number of SNPs was needed after filtering in order to comprise all true positives. However, to avoid over-fitting, irrelevant SNPs had to be filtered out although the authors did not define a clear threshold for the filters.
In addition to univariate filtering, Le Floch et al. However, all methods based on PCA failed to identify generalizable associations. PCA-based dimensionality reduction was also conducted in a study by Hibar et al.
The authors searched for associations betweengenome-wide SNPs and 31, whole-brain voxels in a large sample of subjects from the Alzheimer's disease neuroimaging initiative ADNI.
To reduce the total number of tests, SNPs were grouped into 18, genes based on gene membership. Principal component regression was then implemented to search for the combined effect of multiple SNPs on the brain. However, no genes identified were significant after correction for multiple testing.
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In order to overcome the multiple testing problem, Hua et al. As previous studies have shown, dimensionality reduction using univariate filters or PCA solves critical over-fitting issues in genetic neuroimaging applications Le Floch et al. However, both strategies present major limitations.
As discussed by Le Floch et al. The genetic and the neuroimaging variants are, however, naturally highly collinear.
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