Systems Biology and the Discovery of Diagnostic Biomarkers

@inproceedings{Wang2010SystemsBA,
  title={Systems Biology and the Discovery of Diagnostic Biomarkers},
  author={Kai Wang and Inyoul Lee and George Carlson and Leroy Hood and David Galas},
  booktitle={Disease markers},
  year={2010}
}
Systems biology is an approach to the science that views biology as an information science, studies biological systems as a whole and their interactions with the environment. This approach, for the reasons described here, has particular power in the search for informative diagnostic biomarkers of diseases because it focuses on the fundamental causes and keys on the identification and understanding of disease- perturbed molecular networks. In this review, we describe some recent developments… CONTINUE READING
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