What is systems biology?

  • What is systems biology?

    Posted by Encyclios on April 20, 2023 at 9:48 AM

    It is a biological discipline that deals with the study of living organisms as systems capable of evolving over time, through the use of dynamic models based on high-throughput technology, from which the link with bioinformatics derives.

    In other words, systems biology combines the techniques of general systems theory, bioinformatics, mathematics and statistics to create dynamic models capable of describing and explaining the functioning of biological systems.

    Unlike molecular biology in its broadest sense, systems biology does not focus specifically on sequence and structure, but goes beyond the single mechanism to study the dynamic interactions that molecules establish with each other as a function of time.

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