352 In Silico Systems Biology: Cellular and Organismal Models I

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 3:15 PM
Crawford East (Westin )
A critical component of systems biology is the development of in silico approaches to understand systems of interest. 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 examined.

Topical A: Systems Biology

Clifford L. Wang
Email: cliff.wang@stanford.edu

Matthew J. Lazzara
Email: mlazzara@seas.upenn.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM

3:35 PM
(352b) Coordination of Quorum Sensing with Cell Motion
David N. Quan and William E. Bentley

4:15 PM
(352d) Development of a Metabolite Stress-Response Model in Solventogenic Clostridia by Coupling Multiple ľOmic Data with a Genome-Scale Model
Eleftherios T. Papoutsakis, Shawn W. Jones, Keerthi P. Venkataramanan, Blake C. Meyers, Sridhara G. Kunjeti, Kevin P. McCormick, Kelvin H. Lee, Shuyu Hou, Maciek R. Antoniewicz, Jungik Choi, Jennifer Au, Costas D. Maranas, Patrick F. Suthers, Qinghua Wang, Hongzhan Huang and Cathy H. Wu

5:15 PM

5:35 PM
(352h) Coarse-Grained Modeling of Molecular Release from an Actin Network
John Kang, Kathy M. Puskar, Russell S. Schwartz and Philip R. LeDuc
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