Understanding the Dynamics of Biological Systems: Lessons Learned from Integrative Systems Biology
Werner Dubitzky, Jennifer Southgate, Hendrik Fuß
Springer Science & Business Media, 07.01.2011 - 238 Seiten
This book is intended as a communication platform to bridge the cultural, conceptual, and technological gap among the key systems biology disciplines of biology, mathematics, and information technology. To support this goal, contributors were asked to adopts an approach that appeals to audiences from different backgrounds.
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Properties and Principles
Chapter 3 A Deterministic Mathematical Modelfor Hormonal Control of the Menstrual Cycle
Chapter 4 Modeling Transport Processes and Their Implications for Chemical Disposition and Action
Insights for Drug Discovery
Chapter 6 Qualitative Analysis of Genetic Regulatory Networks in Bacteria
Chapter 7 Modeling Antibiotic Resistance in Bacterial Colonies Using AgentBased Approach
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