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         Theoretical Biology:     more books (100)
  1. Stochastic Processes in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Lecture Notes in Physics)
  2. Lindenmeyer Systems: Impacts on Theoretical Computer Science, Computer Graphics, and Developmental Biology by G. Rozenberg, 1992-06
  3. Theories of Population Variation in Genes and Genomes: (Princeton Series in Theoretical and Computational Biology) by Freddy Bugge Christiansen, 2008-03-24
  4. Electron Transfer in Chemistry and Biology: An Introduction to the Theory (Wiley Series in Theoretical Chemistry) by Alexander M. Kuznetsov, Jens Ulstrup, 1999-02-02
  5. Evolution of Communication Systems: A Comparative Approach (Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology)
  6. Towards a Theoretical Biology: 1. Prolegomena. An IUBS Symposium by C. H.; International Union of Biological Sciences Waddington, 1968
  7. Individual-based Modeling and Ecology: (Princeton Series in Theoretical and Computational Biology) by Volker Grimm, Steven F. Railsback, 2005-07-05
  8. From theoretical physics to biology =: De la physique theorique a la biologie : proceedings of the fourth international conference
  9. Towards a Theoretical Biology Volume 3. Drafts by C.H. Waddington, 1970
  10. The Major Transitions in Evolution Revisited (Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology)
  11. CoRR Hypothesis: DNA sequence, Cytoplasm, Organelle, Redox, Gene expression, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society
  12. Proceedings of a Conference on Theoretical Biology. A conference organized by the American Institute of Biological Sciences under the sponsorship of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Princeton, N.J., November 22, 23, 24, 1963. by George J., editor. Jacobs, 1966
  13. Progress in Theoretical Biology, Volume 6. by Robert (ed) Rosen, 1981
  14. Formal Modeling in Systems Biology: An Approach from Theoretical Computer Science by Paolo Milazzo, 2008-04-30

81. ECMTB2002
5th Conference of the European Society of Mathematical and Theoretical Biology on Mathematical Modelling and Computing in Biology and Medicine. Milano, Italy; 2 to 6 July 2002.

82. Overview « Cinquin Lab
Publications in theoretical biology and biochemistry. Areas of special interest include somitogenesis, molecular switches acting in cellular differentiation, bHLH dimerization networks, and morphogen gradients.
Cinquin Lab
Summary of research interests
Multicellular organisms have evolved a great variety of cell types that perform specialized functions. Stem cell progeny that are destined to differentiate proliferate transiently and choose one of those cell types. This differentiation process, of great spatial and temporal precision, is at the heart of development and organ homeostasis. How differentiation is controlled is thus a question of tremendous importance from scientific and therapeutic standpoints. Although much progress has been made over the last century, a major stumbling block has appeared in the form of the complexity of the regulatory networks controlling differentiation. One finds that the gene-based approach that has served 20th-century biology so well is reaching its limits: we now need to understand the staggeringly-complex set of interactions between genes that have already been identified, rather than continue an endless pursuit of new genes. We follow three complementary approaches to address the regulation of cell proliferation and differentiation. In a first approach, we start from a fecund, simple model organ whose regulation has been extensively characterized at the genetic and biochemical levels: the

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