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10 BIOMEDICAL COMPUTATION REVIEW Winter 2008/2009 www.biomedicalcomputationreview.org cate. "Signaling networks are so compli-
 

Summary: 10 BIOMEDICAL COMPUTATION REVIEW Winter 2008/2009 www.biomedicalcomputationreview.org
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cate. "Signaling networks are so compli-
cated right now that common sense
doesn't always hold true," Yaffe says.
"The thing that makes me really stop
and pay attention is the methodology,
which I found of special note," says
Raphael Levine, PhD, distinguished
professor of chemistry at the University
of California, Los Angeles. "Instead of
trying to see if the model can predict
something new, they tried to drive it to
say something which they know it
shouldn't say. As a result, they were suc-
cessful in finding some new biology."
--By Kayvon Sharghi
Diagnosing Cell Circuitry
To biologists, a computer's mother-
board may just look like highways of cir-

  

Source: Abdi, Ali - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology

 

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