Thursday, March 09, 2006


[evomech] Re: Complexity in Biological Signaling Systems (Science)

--- In, "John Latter" <jorolat@...> wrote:
> [Weng, Bhalla, & Iyengar , Science, Apr '99]
> Introduction:
> "Biological signaling pathways interact with one another to form
> complex networks. Complexity arises from the large number of
> components, many with isoforms that have partially overlapping
> functions; from the connections among components; and from the
> spatial relationship between components. The origins of the complex
> behavior of signaling networks and analytical approaches to deal with
> the emergent complexity are discussed here."
> Full text (PDF file) at:
> (begins halfway down the first page)
> Jorolat

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