Browse Dept. of Bioengineering by Subject "Systems biology"
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(2011-08-26)Gene regulatory networks dynamically control the expression levels of all the genes, and are the keys in explaining various phenotypes and biological processes. The advance of high-throughput measurement technology, such ...
Identifying and modeling perturbed networks in cancer through statistical and constraint-based analysis (2013-08-22)I was introduced to systems and computational biology as an undergraduate at the University of Virginia. In pursuing projects both for independent and thesis research, I was fascinated by the potential of mathematics and ...
Identifying tightly regulated and variably expressed networks by differential rank conservation (DIRAC) (2011-01-14)A powerful way to separate signal from noise in biology is to convert the molecular data from individual genes or proteins into an analysis of comparative biological network behaviors. One of the limitations of previous ...