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Systems biology : the challenge of complexity

Author: Shigetada Nakanishi; Ryoichiro Kageyama; Dai Watanabe
Publisher: Tokyo ; New York : Springer, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Instead of reductionistic analyses or large-scale studies of biomolecules piece by piece, systems biology emphasizes the need for interdisciplinary methods and analysis of the regulation and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shigetada Nakanishi; Ryoichiro Kageyama; Dai Watanabe
ISBN: 9784431877035 4431877037 9784431877042 4431877045
OCLC Number: 353790932
Notes: "The Uehara Memorial Foundation Symposium-2008"--Cover.
Proceedings of a symposium of the same name held in Tokyo from June 30 to July 2, 2008.
Description: xv, 246 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Integrative synaptic mechanisms of the neural network / Shigetada Nakanishi --
The molecular and cellular design of networks in motion / Sten Grillner, Peter Wallén, and Russell Hill --
Bacterial complexity : more is different on all levels / Eshel Ben-Jacob --
How animals get their skin patterns : fish pigment pattern as a live Turing wave / Shigeru Kondo --
Characterization and application of natural light-sensitive proteins / Jens Looser and Georg Nagel --
Systems biology of mammalian circadian clocks / Hiroki R. Ueda --
Toward understanding how the immune system establishes a diverse yet self-tolerant T-cell repertoire : stepwise roles of thymic microenvironments / Takeshi Nitta and Yousuke Takahama --
The mechanisms of motor programming for learned vocalization in songbirds / Hisataka Fujimoto [and others] --
Dynamic model of the basal ganglia functions and movement disorders / Atsushi Nambu --
A posttranslational chemical circadian oscillator in cyanobacteria / Hideo Iwasaki --
The apoptotic signaling network dynamically interprets the outputs of individual signaling pathways in an early analog and late digital manner / Kevin A. Janes, H. Christian Reinhardt, and Michael B. Yaffe --
Specific features of transient Ras and sustained Rap1 activation / Yu-ichi Ozaki, Shinsuke Uda, and Shinya Kuroda --
Control and alteration of protein traffic in the cell / Toshiya Endo --
Plant functional genomics based on integration of metabolomics and transcriptomics : toward plant systems biology / Kazuki Saito --
A possible role of homeostasis between monomeric and filamentous actin in filament nucleation revealed by pharmacokinetic modeling / Naoki Watanabe and Chiharu Higashida --
Molecules, networks, and memory / Upinder S. Bhalla --
Systems biology meets single-cell physiology : role of a positive-feedback signal transduction network in cerebellar long-term synaptic depression / Keiko Tanaka and George J. Augustine --
Computational models of cerebellar long-term memory / Hideaki Ogasawara and Mitsuo Kawato --
Biogenesis and function mechanisms of micro-RNAs and their role as oncogenes and tumor suppressors / Soken Tsuchiya [and others] --
The pathogenetic significance of deregulated transcription factors in hematological malignancies / Masahiro Nakagawa [and others] --
Ultradian oscillation networks in somite segmentation and other biological events / Yasutaka Niwa, Hiromi Shimojo, and Ryoichiro Kageyama --
The cellular basis of Dictyostelium morphogenesis / Cornelis J. Weijer --
Metabolic information highway : interorgan metabolic communication via the autonomic nervous system / Hideki Katagiri --
Involvement of the CCR4-NOT deadenylase complex in the control of cell growth / Masahiro Morita [and others] --
Reconstruction of nuclear reprogramming by defined factors / Shinya Yamanaka.
Responsibility: Shigetada Nakanishi, Ryoichiro Kageyama, Dai Watanabe, editors.

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