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systems biology

n.
The branch of biology that uses computational techniques to analyze and model how the components of a biological system such as a cell or organism interact with each other to produce the characteristics and behavior of that system.
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The process of systems biology research involves the steps shown in the figure.
In order to explore memory from a systems biology perspective, Kulasiri and He survey recent research on modeling biochemical pathways related to intra-cellular networks within the synapses, introduce the biology of synapses at an elementary level, and provide a succinct background to the mathematical methods related to system biology in general.
While at Harvard, Dr MacBeath was a pioneer in Systems Biology, where he developed and used protein microarray technology to dissect aberrant signalling pathways in cancer.
At the office of ISC - Intelligence in Science at Rue du Trone ISBE will host a breakfast meeting of industry representatives and EU policy-makers to discuss the survey's policy implications and the role of ISBE in delivering innovation for in the discipline of systems biology.
Smith of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) to find out where systems biology stands today.
According to Aderem, a systems biology pioneer who recently joined Seattle BioMed to incorporate that approach with the Institute's infectious disease research, new conceptional and technological advances indicate that it will be possible to develop vaccines for the "big three" infectious diseases within the next 10 years.
And ISB's systems biology research is closely linked to organ-specific approaches, with skin as a major human organ.
Systems biology is an emerging discipline that deals with, and takes advantage of, these enormous amounts of data.
ch, a consortium of eight universities, three research institutions and members of industry that aims to be the heart of Swiss systems biology research.
The lack of phenotypes may also hamper the application of systems biology to the study of chemical intolerance.
The Royal Society of Chemistry (London) has begun the publication of 'Molecular BioSystems,' a new chemical biology journal with a particular focus on the interface between chemistry and the--omic sciences and systems biology.
This was a key component to ALTANA when choosing a systems biology platform.

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