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Principles of Computational Cell Biology: From Protein Complexes to Cellular Networks

Volkhard Helms

ISBN: 978-3-527-31555-0 June 2008 Wiley-Blackwell 289 Pages

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This first textbook of its kind provides an ideal introduction to the field for students of biology and bioinformatics. Carefully designed study exercises -- with corresponding answers -- offer excellent support for those preparing for exams in these subjects, and help introduce the more technical aspects of the topic while keeping maths to a minimum. In particular the text focuses on a network-based approach to the study of cellular systems.

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Networks in Biological Cells
Algorithms on Mathematical Graphs
Protein-Protein Interaction Networks -
Pairwise Connectivity
Protein-Protein Interaction Networks -
Structural Hierarchies
Gene Regulatory Networks
Metabolic Networks
Kinetic Modeling of Cellular Processes
Structures of Protein Complexes and Subcellular Structures
Biomolecular Association and Binding
Integrated Networks
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?This volume contains succinct, yet clear, descriptions of each of these topics and is best suited for readers who are delving into these concepts for the first time.?( The Quarterly Review of Biology , 2009)