Finkelstein, A. and Hetherington, J. and Li., L. and Margoninski, O. and Saffrey, P. and Seymour, R. and Warner, A. (2004) Computational challenges of systems biology. Computer , 37 (5) pp. 26-33. 10.1109/MC.2004.1297236.
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Progress in the study of biological systems such as the heart, brain, and liver will require computer scientists to work closely with life scientists and mathematicians. Computer science will play a key role in shaping the new discipline of systems biology and addressing the significant computational challenges it poses.
|Title:||Computational challenges of systems biology|
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