Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Imperial B (Hilton San Francisco)
#237 - In Silico Systems Biology II (TA007)
A critical component of systems biology is the development of in silico approaches to understand systems of interest. For this session, papers discussing novel uses of in silico methods to understand biological systems, as well as the development of new technologies and algorithms for in silico systems analysis are welcome. Research including experimental work is particularly encouraged.
Chair:Jeffrey D. Varner
CoChair:Ranjan Srivastava
12:30 PMIn Silico Bacterial Cells: from Generalized Coarse-Grained to Genome-Specific Modular Models
Jordan C. Atlas, Evgeni V. Nikolaev, Michael L. Shuler
12:50 PMBifurcation Analysis of Stochastic Gene Networks
Howard Salis, Yiannis N. Kaznessis
1:10 PMNovel Framework for Identifying Objective Functions of Biological Systems
Erwin P. Gianchandani, Matthew A. Oberhardt, Jong Min Lee, Jason A. Papin
1:30 PMModelling Amino Acid Metabolism in Mammalian Cells - Towards the Development of a Model Library
Cleo Kontoravdi, Carolyn M. C. Lam, Yih Yean Lee, Danny C. F. Wong, Miranda G. S. Yap, Efstratios N. Pistikopoulos, Athanasios Mantalaris
1:50 PMBreak
2:00 PMCell-Cell Crosstalk Potentiates Cell Patterning during Development
Claudiu A. Giurumescu, Paul W. Sternberg, Anand R. Asthagiri
2:20 PMRegulation of the Sh2 Domain-Containing Protein-Tyrosine Phosphatase Shp2 in Receptor Signaling: Kinetic Model and Structure-Based Analysis
Dipak Barua, James Faeder, Jason Haugh
2:40 PMMolecular Signatures That Differentiate Cancer Subtype and Predict Clinical Outcome
Nathan D. Price, Ilya Shmulevich, Biaoyang Lin, Wei Zhang, Nicole Urban, Charles Drescher, Leroy Hood

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