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Reviews of Physiology Biochemistry and Pharmacology
Systems biology, possibly the latest sub-discipline of biology, has arisen as a result of the shockwave of genomic and proteomic data that has appeared in the past few years. However, despite ubiquitous initiatives that carry this label, there is no precise definition of systems biology other than the implication of a new, all-encompassing, multidisciplinary endeavor. Here we propose that systems biology is more than the integration of biology with methods of the physical and computationaldoi:10.1007/112_0602 fatcat:eold72acijfcfcmnm545rn746i