Fundamentals Of Systems Biology

Author: Markus W. Covert
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498728472
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The approach makes the work much more accessible to novices (undergraduates, medical students, and biologists new to mathematical modeling) while still having much to offer experienced modelers--whether their interests are microbes, organs, ...

Synthetic Biology

Author: Huimin Zhao
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0123978203
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The book highlights exciting practical applications of synthetic biology such as microbial production of biofuels and drugs, artificial cells, synthetic viruses, and artificial photosynthesis.

Cellular Signal Processing

Author: Friedrich Marks
Publisher: Garland Pub
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___ __ ~E —' Summary Up to a certain extent, methods used by engineers to
analyze and improve a technical system can be employed also in systems
biology. Thus, in both cases the insensitivity of systems to disturbances (
robustness) is based on the same properties: adaptation, parameter insensitivity (
for instance, noise insensitivity), and fault tolerance (achieved by redundancy).
The analysis ... Noble D (2002) Modeling the heart—-from genes to cells to the
whole organ. Science ...

Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America

Author: National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
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Combinatorial promoter design for engineering 'Department of Biomedical
Engineering, Center for BioDynamics and Center for Advanced Biotechnology,
and *Department of Biology, Edited by Nancy J. Kopell, Boston University, Boston
, MA, and ... the whole can be different from the sum of its parts. combinatorial
design mathematical modeling promoter engineering | stochastic gene
expression | synthetic biology esigning and constructing novel biomolecular
systems is a fundamental ...

Iee Proceedings

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The Seventh International Conference on Systems Biology As this issue of IE T
Proceedings — Systems Biologv goes to press, the seventh intemational
conference on systems biology (IC SB 2006) is just ending. For the first time since
its ... The systems biology strategy his group is adopting involves a twin track
approach: a “top down” strategy to model the whole cell and a “bottom up”
strategy to study the individual subsystems of the cell in more detail. The first
problem with this ...

Cellular Computing

Author: Martyn Amos
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198035374
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The fundamental engineering principles are established, and software to support
development is described. Part I closes with Chapter 5 (Simpson et al.), in which
whole cells are considered as analogous to semiconductor components.
Communication between cells, and between cells and synthetic devices, is
discussed, as well as their integration with nano- and micro-structured substrates
and the modeling and simulation of relevant cellular processes. PART II:
LABORATORY ...

Guide To Programs

Author: National Science Foundation (U.S.)
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Synthetic and analytic approaches that address this integration often require
advanced computational techniques and interdisciplinary perspectives involving
other areas of biology, behavioral science, physical science, mathematics,
engineering, and computer science. In addition, the development and use of a
wide diversity of organisms as biological models are encouraged to assist both in
identifying unifying principles common to all organisms and in documenting the
variety of ...

Guide To Programs Fiscal Year

Author: National Science Foundation
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Integrative Biology and Neuroscience The Division of Integrative Biology and
Neuroscience (IBN) supports research aimed at understanding the living
organism—plant, animal, microbe—as a unit of biological organization. Research
focuses on - the mechanisms by which plants and animals develop, grow,
reproduce, regulate their physiological activity, and respond to their environment;
- the integration of molecular, subcellular, and cellular approaches to understand
the ...

Directory Of Published Proceedings

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4th: Biological psychiatry 1985 Biological reactions within the extracorporeal
blood circuit during hemodialysis Biological reactive intermediates lll:
mechanisms of action in animal models A human disease Biological reactive
intermediates, intl. ... Biological systems-from cell to whole body, information
transduction A processing in Biological systems, information processing in
Biological systems, Mathematical modelling of ecological, environmental A
Biological systems, Nonlinear ...

Neural Networks

Author: Clifford Lau
Publisher: IEEE
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In computer programming, algorithms are arrived at by design, but in biological
systems origin by design is excluded because it is contrary to the most basic and
well- established principles of the theory of evolution. Rather than discard or ...
This approach has been called synthetic neural modeling because it involves the
synthesis in the computer of an entire model nervous system along with the
phenotype of a representative creature in a particular environment. The
individual ...