Modeling and Predicting the Cell Migration Properties from Scratch Wound Healing Assay on Cisplatin-Resistant Ovarian Cancer Cell Lines Using Artificial Neural Networkopen access
- Bahar, Entaz; Yoon, Hyonok
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- artificial neural network; cell migration assay; scratch wound healing assay; ovarian cancer; cisplatin-resistant
- HEALTHCARE, v.9, no.7
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- The study of artificial neural networks (ANN) has undergone a tremendous revolution in recent years, boosted by deep learning tools. The presence of a greater number of learning tools and their applications, in particular, favors this revolution. However, there is a significant need to deal with the issue of implementing a systematic method during the development phase of the ANN to increase its performance. A multilayer feedforward neural network (FNN) was proposed in this paper to predict the cell migration assay on cisplatin-sensitive and cisplatin-resistant (CisR) ovarian cancer (OC) cell lines via scratch wound healing assay. An FNN training algorithm model was generated using the MATLAB fitting function in a MATLAB script to accomplish this task. The input parameters were types of cell lines, times, and wound area, and outputs were relative wound area, percentage of wound closure, and wound healing speed. In addition, we tested and compared the initial accuracy of various supervised learning classifier and support vector regression (SVR) algorithms. The proposed ANN model achieved good agreement with the experimental data and minimized error between the estimated and experimental values. The conclusions drawn demonstrate that the developed ANN model is a useful, accurate, fast, and inexpensive method to predict cancerous cell migration characteristics evaluated via scratch wound healing assay.
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