Tuesday, November 6, 2007: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Room 250 B (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15e)

#180 - Mathematical Approaches in Systems Biology I (15E11)
This session is devoted to theoretical and computational studies of biological systems. Such systems include protein/DNA interactions, protein/protein interactions, genetic networks, metabolic pathways, and signal transduction pathways. Presentations will focus on theoretical and computational developments for the study of the behavior of these systems in response to stimulation or changes in their kinetic and thermodynamic properties. Contributions of novel computational strategies for systems biology are especially welcome.
Chair:Lingchong You
CoChair:Juergen Hahn
CoSponsor(s):Bioengineering (15c)
8:30 AMExtraction Of Transcriptional Signaling Networks Via Globally Optimal Biclustering
Eric Yang, Kevin R. King, Martin L. Yarmush, Ioannis Androulakis
8:55 AMMetabolic Control Analysis For The Optimization Of Biofuel Cell Kinetic Performance
Doris J. Glykys, Scott Banta
9:20 AMIsotopically Nonstationary Metabolic Flux Analysis Of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae
Jason L. Walther, Jamey D. Young, Gregory Stephanopoulos
9:45 AMDeducing Dominant Regulatory Structures Within The T Cell Receptor Activated Erk Pathway
Maia Mahoney, Yanan Zheng, Marietta Harrison, Ann Rundell
10:10 AMValidation Of A Yeast Dynamic Flux Balance Model Using Microarray Data And Batch Culture Experiments
Jared Hjersted, Michael A. Henson
10:35 AMMetabolic Network Inference Based On Probabilistic Modeling Of Metabolic Profiles
Kyongbum Lee, Jeongah Yoon

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