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  • Systems Biology

  • Systems Biology

Systems Biology

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    978-4-431-87703-5
  • 発売日
    2009年04月

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  • Biological signaling pathways dynamically interact with one another to form complex information networks intracellularly、 intercellularly、 and eventually at the level of the organism. Biology and medicine have conventionally focused on identification and characterization of functional elements in biological signaling pathways. Recently、 research in this field has pursued a new approach、 systems biology、 to understand the dynamics、 complexity、 and physiological functions of the biological signaling networks. Instead of reductionistic analyses or large-scale studies of biomolecules piece by piece、 systems biology emphasizes the need for interdisciplinary methods and analysis of the regulation and operation of information networks at the systems level. The contributors to this book are leading researchers in the rising field of systems biology. Readers will find not only the most recent advances in research、 but also the latest information about interdisciplinary methods and related topics.
目次
1 Dynamics and Complexity of Intercellular Networks(Integrative Synaptic Mechanisms of the Neural Network
The Molecular and Cellular Design of Networks in Motion
Bacterial Complexity:More Is Different on All Levels ほか)
2 Integrative Mechanism of Intracellular Information Networks(A Posttranslational Chemical Circadian Oscillator in Cyanobacteria
The Apoptotic Signaling Network Dynamically Interprets the Outputs of Individual Signaling Pathways in an Early Analog and Late Digital Manner
Specific Features of Transient Ras and Sustained Rap1 Activation ほか)
3 Dysfunction of Information Networks and Related Diseases(The Pathogenetic Significance of Deregulated Transcription Factors in Hematological Malignancies
Ultradian Oscillation Networks in Somite Segmentation and Other Biological Events
The Cellular Basis of Dictyostelium Morphogenesis ほか)

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