Hans Westerhoff Explains How to Prevent Traffic Jams in the Silicon Cell | GenomeWeb

Hans Westerhoff, a professor of molecular cell physiology and mathematical biochemistry at the Free University of Amsterdam and the University of Amsterdam, leads a project called Silicon Cell (http://www.siliconcell.net) that is envisioned as a live database of models that can replicate cellular behavior. Westerhoff’s own research focuses on glycolysis, and specifically how the pathogen Trypanosoma brucei thrives on blood sugar when it resides in the human body.

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