Genomic Approaches to Systems Biology

Thursday, October 20, 2011: 12:30 PM
Conrad C (Hilton Minneapolis)

With high-throughput genomic technology becoming so prevalent, the natural next question is how to make use of such information. The goal for this session is to discuss how and where genomic technology is being used to advance or complement our understanding of systems biology. Likewise, is systems biology informing our approach to genomics? Research describing the development and testing of new hypotheses, as well as describing new techniques relating genomics and systems biology are welcome.

Topical A: Systems Biology

Joshua N. Leonard

David J. Klinke

12:48 PM
(692b) Insights From High-Throughput Reconstruction and Analysis of 3500 Genome-Scale Metabolic Models
Christopher Henry, Sam Seaver, Fangfang Xia, Scott Devoid, Matt DeJongh, Aaron Best, Veronika Vonstein, Ross Overbeek and Rick Stevens

1:06 PM

1:24 PM
(692d) Comparative Transcriptome Analysis In Baby Hamster Kidney Cells Through High Throughput Sequencing
Nitya M. Jacob, Kathryn C. Johnson, Nandita Vishwanathan, Karthik P. Jayapal, Chetan T. Goudar and Wei-Shou Hu

1:42 PM
(692e) Transcription-Based Functional Modeling of the Host Response to Influenza Virus Infection: Defining a Healthy Immune Response
Jason E. Shoemaker, Satoshi Fukuyama, Saori Sakabe, Hiroaki Kitano and Yoshihiro Kawaoka

2:36 PM
(692h) Short-Term Hepatic Gene Expression Profiling Following Thermal Injury
Qian Yang, Mehmet A. Orman, Francois Berthiaume, Marianthi G. Ierapetritou and Ioannis (Yannis) P. Androulakis
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