Computational modelling of biological processes

Research report (imported) 2009 - Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics

Authors
Wierling, Christoph; Herwig, Ralf
Departments
Analyse des Vertebratengenoms (Prof. Dr. Hans Lehrach)
MPI für molekulare Genetik, Berlin
Summary
The development of computational models for biological processes opens the possibility to predict new effects of virtual targeted perturbations that can in turn be validated by experimental observations. Such predictions are highly relevant for many practical applications, for example the development of new drugs. Through the last years, the Bioinformatics group has been developing different tools, methods, and databases that support the computational modeling of biological processes, such as the pathway integration database ConsensusPathDB and the modeling system PyBioS.

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