Systems biology

 

WIRED Systems biology looks at the connections between components in cells. [C&EN 81(20): 45-55, 2003]

Systems biology and system theory

Hybrid systems

  • De Jong, Helix Bioinformatics, INRIA, Grenoble (Montbonnot) (http://www-helix.inrialpes.fr)

  • Pappas / Kumar, Biocomputation group, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania (http://www.cis.upenn.edu/biocomp/) Collaboration with Luc Habets (CWI / TU/e).

  • Tomlin, Hybrid Systems Laboratory, Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University, Stanford (http://sun-valley.stanford.edu/hybrid/)

  • Systems Biology, University of Stuttgart: Gilles (Institute for System Dynamics and Control Engineering), Allgöwer (Institute for Systems Theory in Engineering), (www.sysbio.de)

Parameter identification

 

System identification (parameter estimation, databased modeling)

 

Books

 

Databases and software

Modeling and analysis of biochemical network models

Biomodels Databases

Pathway Databases

Kinetic information

Visualizing molecular interaction networks

Network reconstruction / reverse engineering

Bioinformatics

 

 

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Last update: June 2008

Systems Biology in the Netherlands

Eindhoven Biomedical  Systems Biology

 

Centre for Medical Systems Biology, Leiden (www.cmsb.nl)

 

Molecular Cell Physiology, VU

 

Mathematics and Computation for the Systems Biology of Cells, UvA

 

Systems biology course, Wageningen University (www.systemsbiology.nl)

 

Theorethical Biology/ Bioinformatics Utrecht (www-binf.bio.uu.nl)

 

Centre for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics, Nijmegen (www.cmbi.kun.nl)

 

Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre

 

Systems Biology Center Delft, Information and communication theory group, TUD (http://www-ict.its.tudelft.nl/~imds) (old)

 

Netherlands’ Platform for System Biology (old)

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European Systems Biology (old)
 

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