Systems Biology: Its Practice and Challenges

@article{Aderem2005SystemsBI,
  title={Systems Biology: Its Practice and Challenges},
  author={Alan Aderem},
  journal={Cell},
  year={2005},
  volume={121},
  pages={511-513}
}
Systems biology is a comprehensive quantitative analysis of the manner in which all the components of a biological system interact functionally over time. Such an analysis is executed by an interdisciplinary team of investigators that is also capable of developing required technologies and computational tools. In this model, biology dictates what new technology and computational tools should be developed, and, once developed, these tools open new frontiers in biology for exploration. Thus… CONTINUE READING
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