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Challenges for Modeling and Simulation Methods in Systems Biology

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Sauro, H.M. ; Keck Graduate Inst., Claremont, CA ; Harel, D. ; Uhrmacher, A.M. ; Hucka, M.
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Systems biology is aimed at analyzing the behavior and interrelationships of biological systems and is characterized by combining experimentation, theory, and computation. Dedicated to exploring current challenges, the panel brings together people from a variety of disciplines whose perspectives illuminate diverse facets of systems biology and the challenges for modeling and simulation methods

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Simulation Conference, 2006. WSC 06. Proceedings of the Winter

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3-6 Dec. 2006