At ISB Symposium, Networks Are Fertile | GenomeWeb

Network analysis is emerging from niche status in computational biology and could soon jump to the forefront of the field, according to speakers at the Institute for Systems Biology’s fourth international symposium held in Seattle this April. This year’s meeting, entitled, “Computational Challenges in Systems Biology,” focused on what many see as the key enabling tool in merging systems analysis with biological research — algorithmic methods for mapping the “digital information” encoded by the genome onto biological networks.

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