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Computational Systems Biology


Systems biology is the study of living organisms in terms of their underlying network structure in addition to their individual molecular components. A "system" can be anything from a gene regulatory network to a cell, a tissue, or an entire organism. Computational approaches are particularly useful to handle and interpret the volumes of data necessary to understand complex biological systems.


Feng, Kirkilionis, Roemer

Transport and reaction in cells
Transport and reaction simulation in cells