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From the top down: towards a predictive biology of signalling networks

From the top down: towards a predictive biology of signalling networks

Trends in Biotechnology 21(7): 290-293

True quantitative and predictive biology requires the ability to interpret increasingly complex datasets in new ways to reveal underlying functional interactions. This has come a step closer with two recent articles that describe a 'top-down' modelling approach to reconstructing functional networks from microarray data.

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PMID: 12837611

DOI: 10.1016/s0167-7799(03)00140-9

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