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systems biology

n.
The branch of biology that uses computational techniques to analyze and model how the components of a biological system such as a cell or organism interact with each other to produce the characteristics and behavior of that system.
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Given that these nanotubes are made entirely of molecules commonly found in biological systems, their ability to self-assemble is both unusual and intriguing, Ghadiri says.
a biopharmaceutical company pioneering the use of embryonic stem cells as proprietary biological systems for discovery and development of novel drugs for the treatment of diabetes and neurological diseases, announced today three recent publications highlighting important advances in the understanding of how embryonic stem cells can be efficiently and reproducibly differentiated into heart and liver cells.
will retire June 30 as professor and head of the Department of Biological Systems Engineering of the University of Nebraska.
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The National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) currently supports the analysis of complex biological systems through investigator-initiated research project grants.
Be a global resource for information and technology related to engineering in agricultural, food, and biological systems.
One of the keys to future discoveries in life-science, pharmacology and diagnostics is the ability to process genomic and proteomic assays in massively parallel formats; both will be required to unravel the complexities of biological systems and to enable genome-based/proteome-based diagnostics and drug discovery.
An acknowledged international expert on the effects of heavy metals on biological systems, Wetterhahn was a leader in conducting research on how metals initiate cancer and other metal-induced human diseases at the molecular level.
Advanced Biological Systems has the exclusive rights to test and market the AIDS treatment program using the plant-based pharmaceuticals developed by Swiss-based physician Dr.
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