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Unsolved Mysteries: from Reductionism to Holistic Approaches in Medicine: Lessons from Immunculus

@inproceedings{Alex2018UnsolvedMF,
  title={Unsolved Mysteries: from Reductionism to Holistic Approaches in Medicine: Lessons from Immunculus},
  author={Alex. and E. Poletaev and Maryam Salili and M. Ebrahimi},
  year={2018}
}
  • Alex., E. Poletaev, +1 author M. Ebrahimi
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Human organism as an essentially complex multi-level biological system operates as a holistic unit. All parts of a living organism are totally integrated and most properties of complex systems, as any other complex system, fundamentally are not derived from distinct properties of separate system components. Therefore it is a widely accepted that dynamically changing behavior of biological system cannot be predicted correctly on the basis of the study of its isolated components. Therefore, to… CONTINUE READING

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