Book ID: 88955
Systems Biology. Definitions and Perspectives. 2005. (Topics in Current Genetics, Volume 13). 88 illustr. XVII, 408 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.
For life to become understood and disease to become manageable, thewealth of post-genomic data now needs to be made dynamic. This requiresSystems Biology, integrating (i) computational models concerning cells &organisms in health and disease, (ii) quantitative experiments (high-throughput, genome wide, living cell, in silico), and (iii) new conceptsand principles concerning interactions. This book defines this newSystems Biology and discusses the most efficient experimental andcomputational strategies.