Computational Biology: Systems Modeling II
AIChE Annual Meeting
Union Square 17 & 18
Hilton San Francisco
Friday, November 17, 2006 - 8:30am to 11:00am
This session is devoted to new developments in the theoretical and computational studies of biological systems. Such systems include protein/DNA interactions, protein/protein interactions, genetic networks, metabolic pathways, signal transduction pathways and inter- or intra-cellular transport of biomolecules. Presentations will focus on theoretical and computational techniques to predict, engineer or analyze the kinetic and thermodynamic properties of these systems. Emphasis will be placed on techniques that enable engineering by connecting molecular-level to macroscopic system-level properties. Additional favored topics include: new biological insights from studies of systems and industrial applications of computationally-driven biological systems engineering. Validation through comparison with experimental results is strongly encouraged.
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