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Phys 597A: Graphs and Networks in Systems Biology
 

Summary: Phys 597A: Graphs and Networks in
Systems Biology
Lecturer: Réka Albert
Email: ralbert@phys.psu.edu
Office: 122 Davey Laboratory
Networks, networks everywhere
ˇ Network infrastructure, social networking
ˇ Network - a tool for understanding complex systems
ˇ Many non-identical elements connected by diverse interactions
ˇ Cellular interaction networks: signal transduction, gene
regulation, metabolism
ˇ Graph measures provide information on interaction graphs
ˇ Network models explain and predict properties of graph classes
ˇ Network topology influences network robustness and the
dynamics of flows
ˇ Dynamics of cellular networks
ˇ Understand emergent properties ­ synchronization, phase
transitions, homeostasis
Definition of graphs (networks)Definition of graphs (networks)
Network (graph): a set of nodes connected by edges

  

Source: Albert, Réka - Departments of Biology & Physics, Pennsylvania State University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine