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See detailNetwork analysis for systems biology
Chaiboonchoe, A.; Jurkowski, Wiktor UL; Pellet, J. et al

in Prokop, Aleš; Csukás (Eds.) Springer book in Systems Biology, Vol.1: Systems Biology:, Integrative Biology and Simulation Tools (2013)

Network analysis is an essential component of systems biology approaches toward understanding the molecular and cellular interactions underlying biological systems functionalities and their perturbations ... [more ▼]

Network analysis is an essential component of systems biology approaches toward understanding the molecular and cellular interactions underlying biological systems functionalities and their perturbations in disease. Regulatory and signalling pathways, which involve DNA, RNA proteins and metabolites as key elements, coordinate most aspects of cellular functioning. Cellular processes, which are dependent on the structure and dynamics of gene regulatory networks, can be studied by employing a network representation of molecular interactions. In this chapter we describe several types of networks and how combination of different analytic approaches can be used to study diseases. We provide a list of selected tools for visualization and network analysis. We introduce protein-protein interaction networks, gene regulatory networks, signalling networks and metabolic networks. We then define concepts underlying network representation of cellular processes and molecular interactions. We finally discuss how the level of accuracy in inferring functional relationships influences the choice of methods applied for the analysis of a particular network type. [less ▲]

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See detailFunctional Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics and Bioinformatics for Systems Biology
Ballereau, S.; Glaab, Enrico UL; Kolodkin, Alexey UL et al

in Prokop, Ales; Csukás, Bela (Eds.) Systems Biology: Integrative Biology and Simulation Tools (2013)

This chapter introduces systems biology, its context, aims, concepts and strategies. It then describes approaches and methods used for collection of high-dimensional structural and functional genomics ... [more ▼]

This chapter introduces systems biology, its context, aims, concepts and strategies. It then describes approaches and methods used for collection of high-dimensional structural and functional genomics data, including epigenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics and lipidomics, and how recent technological advances in these fields have moved the bottleneck from data production to data analysis and bioinformatics. Finally, the most advanced mathematical and computational methods used for clustering, feature selection, prediction analysis, text mining and pathway analysis in functional genomics and systems biology are reviewed and discussed in the context of use cases. [less ▲]

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