Institute for Systems Biology Scientists Demonstrate Approach on Yeast | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 7 – Demonstrating that systems biology may perhaps be more than just a good theory, researchers at the Institute of Systems Biology applied their global, model-based strategy for understanding gene function to a cellular pathway in yeast, according to a paper published in Science  last Friday.

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