141 Paradigms in Systems Biology - Session II

Monday, November 4, 2013: 12:30 PM
Golden Gate 1 (Hilton)
A fundamental goal of systems biology is to integrate different component parts of a biological system. In this Topical Conference, whole biological ensembles, rather than isolated parts are studied in order to build predictive biological understandings of a defined systemís behavior.

Systems Biology

Michael C. Jewett
Email: m-jewett@northwestern.edu

Jennifer Reed
Email: reed@engr.wisc.edu

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12:30 PM
(141a) Use of Computational Biology and Gene Expression Array Analysis to Understand Human Brain Evolution
Lawrence I. Grossman, Harry Chugani, Christopher Kuzawa, Leonard Lipovich, Michael McGowen, Chet Sherwood, Kirstin Sterner and Derek E. Wildman

12:48 PM
(141b) Comparative Analysis of the Cerebellar Metabolic Physiology Between Sexes in a Mouse Model of Adult Onset Hypothyroidism Using GC-MS Metabolomics
Christoniki Maga-Nteve, Caterina Vasilopoulou, Caterina Constantinou, Marigoula Margarity and Maria I. Klapa
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1:06 PM

2:00 PM
(141f) Reverse Engineering Validation Using a Benchmark Synthetic Gene Circuit in Human Cells
Taek Kang, Jacob White, Zhen Xie, Yaakov Benenson, Eduardo Sontag and Leonidas Bleris
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