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Outline of key technologies and tools needed for the development of Systems Biology
Computational Systems Biology in Health and Disease
The use of Systems Biology for identifying drug targets
Systems Biology (SB) is a suite of technologies and methodologies that resulted, conceptually from the merging of two basic paradigms, reductionism and holism. It represents a combination of reductionist and holistic approaches to the relationships among the elements of a system, with the goal of identifying its emergent properties and defining, quantitatively, molecular, cellular, tissue, organ and whole body processes. One manifestation of SB is as a tool for hypothesis generation about a system that is typically too large and complex to understand by simple reasoning.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Biochemical Networks - Computational Systems Biology - Drug Development - Drug Discovery - Systems Biology