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The CAGI 2013 predictors were: Yesim Aydin Son, Benjamin Bachman, Brady Bernard, Marcus Breese, Yana Bromberg, Chen Cao, Emidio Capriotti, Rita Casadio, Chien-Yuan Chen, Shann-Ching Chen, Yun-Ching Chen, Carla Davis, Christopher Douville, Roland Dunbrack, Carlo Ferrari, Adam Frankish, Manuel Giollo, Nina Gonzaludo, Julian Gough, Jennifer Harrow, Tadashi Imanishi, Chan-Seok Jeong, Yuxiang Jiang, Rachel Karchin, Panagiotis Katsonis, Dongsup Kim, Michael Kleyman, Pietro Di Lena, Emanuela Leonardi, Biao Li, Jun Li, Olivier Lichtarge, Chiao-Feng Lin, Rhonald Lua, Angel Mak, Pier Luigi Martelli, Sean Mooney, Zev Medoff, Matthew Mort, John Moult, Steve Mount, Eliseos Mucaki, Jonathan Mudge, Katsuhiko Murakami, Yoko Nagai, Abhishek Niroula, Yanay Ofran, Kymberleigh Pagel, Nathaniel Pearson, Vikas Pejaver, Alexandra Piryatinska, Catherine Plotts, Predrag Radivojac, Aliz Rao, Lipika Ray, Graham Ritchie, Aharon Brodie, Peter Rogan, Jana Marie Schwarz, George Shackelford, Nuttinee Teerakulkittipong, Janita Thusberg, Silvio Tosatto, Ron Unger, Gurkan Ustunkar, Jouni Valiaho, Mauno Vihinen, Mary Wahl, Qiong Wei, Yuedong Yang, Christopher Yates, Yizhou Yin, Chen-Hsin Yu, Dejian Yuan, Maya Zuhl


The CAGI 2013 Conference took place 17 - 18 July 2013 at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin, Germany. This year's The CAGI 2013 results are now posted. The conference program page contains the full set of slides that were presented at the meeting. The abstract book contains abstracts describing the prediction methods. Each challenge page has the slides for talks given for that challenge as well as the challenge's answer key, assessor summary, and predictions.


The CAGI prediction season concluded on 25 April 2013, and the preliminary assessment phase concluded 1 June 2013. There were a total of 188 predictions submitted from 33 groups, a >50% increase in both submissions and groups over the previous CAGI experiment. Predictors hailed from 14 countries representing academics, research institutes, and industry.


The challenges and assessors:

  • Crohn’s disease: 56 submissions. Assessor: Alexander Morgan.
  • PGP: 16 submissions. Assessor: Sean Mooney
  • MRN variants: 22 submissions. Assessor: Sean Tavtigian.
  • P16 variants: 22 submissions. Assessor: Silvio Tosatto.
  • BRCA variants: 14 submissions. Assessor: Robert Nussbaum
  • Splicing: 5 submissions. Assessor: Jeremy Sanford.
  • FCH and HA: 39 submissions. Assessor: Shamil Sunyaev
  • MR-1 fitness: 0 submissions.
  • RiskSNPs: 12 submissions. Assessor: John Moult.

The 2013 prediction season ended on 25 April 2013. The meeting to discuss the results will be held in Berlin, 17 - 18 July 2013 (the two days preceding the ISMB SIGs).

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