Computational Modeling of Biological Systems: From Molecules to Pathways

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Nikolay V Dokholyan
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 12, 2012 - Science - 366 pages
Computational modeling is emerging as a powerful new approach to study and manipulate biological systems. Multiple methods have been developed to model, visualize, and rationally alter systems at various length scales, starting from molecular modeling and design at atomic resolution to cellular pathways modeling and analysis. Higher time and length scale processes, such as molecular evolution, have also greatly benefited from new breeds of computational approaches. This book provides an overview of the established computational methods used for modeling biologically and medically relevant systems.
 

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Contents

Part II Modeling Macromolecular Assemblies
165
Part III Modeling Cells and Cellular Pathways
228
Part IV Modeling Evolution
309

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About the author (2012)

Dr. Nikolay Dokholyan joined the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor. In 2008, Dr. Dokholyan was promoted as Associate Professor. Dr. Dokholyan is currently the Director of the Center for Computational and Systems Biology and the Graduate Director of the Program in Molecular and Cellular Biophysics at UNC.

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