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Integrating Biology from Gene to Organism: The Physiome Projects

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Air date: Tuesday, November 21, 2006, 1:00:00 PM
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Category: Special
Runtime: 01:05:44
Description: The Systems Biology speaker series was developed to highlight the depth and diversity of research that is representative of Systems Biology. Systems biology is a research approach that seeks to understand the overall behavior of biological systems through the acquisition of detailed quantitative data combined with conceptual and mathematical modeling of the systems' components and their interactions. The complexity of the components' interactions and, in large systems, the quantities of relevant biological entities frequently requires the use of computational methods to analyze the data or simulate the system of interest.

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http://www.physiome.org


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http://www.nih.gov/sigs/sysbio
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Author: Dr. James Bassingthwaite, University of Washington
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CIT Live ID: 5534
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