Biological networks.

@article{Alm2003BiologicalN,
  title={Biological networks.},
  author={Eric John Alm and Adam Paul Arkin},
  journal={Current opinion in structural biology},
  year={2003},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={193-202}
}
Recent advances in high-throughput methods have provided us with a first glimpse of the overall structure of molecular interaction networks in biological systems. Ultimately, we expect that such information will change how we think about biological systems in a fundamental way. Instead of viewing the genetic parts list of an organism as a loose collection of biochemical activities, in the best case, we anticipate discrete networks of function to bridge the gap between genotype and phenotype… CONTINUE READING
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