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Systems biology reveals biology of systems

Marta Bertolaso, Alessandro Giuliani, Laura De Gara
2010 Complexity  
He is the editor in chief of Systems and Synthetic Biology, Springer and Current Bioinformatics, Bentham.  ...  Visiting Scientist, Systems Biology Dept. Keio University, Japan. Prof. Masa Tsuchya and Prof. Masaru Tomita. October 2006.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cplx.20353 fatcat:xscarglo5rg5na22xkxfbhcdwm

Systems Biology, Integrative Biology, Predictive Biology

Edison T. Liu
2005 Cell  
In this aspect, systems biology is also "predictive biology."  ...  We are now poised to advance further into predictive theory with the new discipline of systems biology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cell.2005.04.021 pmid:15907463 fatcat:asyge4rairaftehlhbu6mr446a

Systems Biology and the Biology of Systems

Michael Caplan
2010 Physiology  
Systems Biology and the Biology of Systems When I sit down to write an editorial for Physiology, I flatter myself that the two or three people who will ultimately read it want to hear my thoughts on a  ...  It is with these intellectual challenges of Systems Biology that physiologists can and should engage. Physiologists are, after all, first and foremost scientists who study the Biology of Systems.  ... 
doi:10.1152/physiol.00010.2010 pmid:20430950 fatcat:esu22jkfpvfnlikbbb65y5ex7i

Systems biology versus molecular biology

Charles F. Stevens
2004 Current Biology  
Systems biology and molecular biology can answer the same question in quite different ways, and frequently the answers given by one sub-discipline seem no answer at all to the other.  ...  The example I give is flawed, however, and the nature of the flaw is revealing about the challenges facing systems and molecular biology.  ...  Theory in Biology Systems biology versus molecular biology Charles F.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2003.12.040 pmid:14738745 fatcat:vicfpvpaxzgg5mmwafpn7gmcty

Integrative biology and systems biology

Edison T Liu
2005 Molecular Systems Biology  
The launch of the journal Molecular Systems Biology is a strong indication that another field has emerged: that of systems biology.  ...  Since, biologists have always sought to understand the mechanisms sustaining living systems, solutions arising from systems biology have always been the goal in biology.  ...  How we accomplish this state of predictive biology is precisely what we are pursuing in this journal of Molecular Systems Biology: novel approaches to systems integration; computational simulations backed  ... 
doi:10.1038/msb4100008 pmid:19440236 pmcid:PMC1681459 fatcat:raa4llpfnfbslk7mkolkpcyi5y

Systems biology versus molecular biology

C Stevens
2004 Current Biology  
Systems biology and molecular biology can answer the same question in quite different ways, and frequently the answers given by one sub-discipline seem no answer at all to the other.  ...  The example I give is flawed, however, and the nature of the flaw is revealing about the challenges facing systems and molecular biology.  ...  Theory in Biology Systems biology versus molecular biology Charles F.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0960-9822(03)00960-6 fatcat:jfmtaqlt65bvxoil4vesfudj2u

Systems Biology [chapter]

Roland W. Pfäffle
2006 Yearbook of Pediatric Endocrinology 2006  
It has already created a forum with high visibility in the form of a Nature periodical: Nature Systems Biology. Nevertheless, many of the concepts of systems biology are not entirely new.  ...  This does not mean that the goals of systems biology are vague or poorly defined.  ...  Systems biology after all is not that new.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000094107 fatcat:fo2nq4vitjgkllscvdudqafmxu

Systems Biology

Måns Ehrenberg
2009 FEBS Letters  
Systems Biology has emerged as a research approach in recent years and attracted much attention. However, Systems Biology is not an entirely new field.  ...  Over one week in June 2009 a Nobel Symposium on Systems Biology drew together leading scientists in the field of Systems Biology.  ...  Systems Biology has emerged as a research approach in recent years and attracted much attention. However, Systems Biology is not an entirely new field.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.febslet.2009.11.028 pmid:19914246 fatcat:d4iqz7lja5ezhlxzsechdy77m4

Systems Biology

Ray Greek
2015 Biological Systems Open Access  
Systems biology will play a large role in these advances.  ...  Editorial Systems biology as a field continues to grow with PubMed listing 21,352 papers published as of mid December of 2014.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2329-6577.1000e112 fatcat:lp76qvoh3jddvozkr35d2tbdia

Systems biology

Karthik Raman, Nagasuma Chandra
2010 Resonance  
Systems biology seeks to study biological systems as a whole, contrary to the reductionist approach that has dominated biology.  ...  Karthik Raman recently completed his PhD in computational systems biology from IISc, Bangalore.  ...  Systems biology seeks to study biochemical and biological systems from a holistic perspective, promising to transform how biology is done.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12045-010-0015-7 fatcat:i7hbkuu35zhbbj2mltkoe6wmwq

Systems biology

Mitchell P Levesque, Philip N Benfey
2004 Current Biology  
Smallness is a great advantage when one wants to model a system, and invertebrate nervous systems have long served as subjects for modellers.  ...  The preparation may lack backbone, but its potential for systems neurobiology does not.  ...  The challenge of systems biology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2004.02.012 pmid:15028228 fatcat:t4544r3qxveirjgtp6zl6tnshi

Stem cell biology meets systems biology

I. Roeder, F. Radtke
2009 Development  
Here, we review the discussions that took place at a recent EMBO conference in Cambridge, UK, in which these questions were placed in the context of the latest advances in stem cell biology in presentations  ...  Introduction In June 2009, the 4th EMBO conference entitled 'Advances in Stem Cell Research: Stem cells, Systems and Synthetic Biology', organised by Austin Smith (University of Cambridge, UK) and Mike  ...  such as the haematopoietic system and the intestinal crypt.  ... 
doi:10.1242/dev.040758 pmid:19820180 fatcat:czu6an3xmnej7cealb2k5kj2aq

Small RNA biology is systems biology

Daniel Jost, Andrzej Nowojewski, Erel Levine
2011 BMB Reports  
Small RNA biology is systems biology Daniel Jost, et al. 13 http://bmbreports.org BMB reports  ...  The role endogenous siRNAs is even more diverse and less Invited Mini Review Small RNA biology is systems biology Daniel Jost, et al.  ...  Conclusions: Unifying View of srRNA Systems Biology In this mini review we toured multiple small RNA pathways in bacteria and animals to point out the system level aspects of small RNA regulation.  ... 
doi:10.5483/bmbrep.2011.44.1.11 pmid:21266101 fatcat:ymlrmih2wnblpodmq2y5tlscqe

From systems biology to synthetic biology

George M Church
2005 Molecular Systems Biology  
An analogous process elucidates Molecular Systems Biology (MSB) and this journal is dedicated to it.  ...  Just as molecular biology was once a tiny fraction of biology, but now affects all corners, so, too, systems biology is likely to be embraced by all of biology as quickly as tools can be created and distributed  ... 
doi:10.1038/msb4100007 pmid:16729067 pmcid:PMC1681458 fatcat:rcgm5p7zczds7gzviolarfu2mi

Interfacing systems biology and synthetic biology

Allyson Lister, Varodom Charoensawan, Subhajyoti De, Katherine James, Sarath Chandra Janga, Julian Huppert
2009 Genome Biology  
Others are developing new approaches and standards for systems and synthetic biology, and significant improvements were reported for Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) and the MIT Registry of Standard  ...  The fourth meeting in the BioSysBio conference series brought together international researchers in the interacting disciplines of synthetic biology, systems biology and bioinformatics.  ... 
doi:10.1186/gb-2009-10-6-309 pmid:19591648 pmcid:PMC2718492 fatcat:56go6qrfarbtvaihwto7bale4a
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