UCSD s Bernhard Palsson on Systems Biology s Prospective Shift | GenomeWeb

Bernhard Palsson is an in silico biology pacesetter who caught the systems biology bug well before the term was even coined, in his undergraduate research on the kinetics of heart enzymes in rats. “I realized that an enzyme isn’t a life — you have to get all of them together to figure out what they do together, to understand the living process, at last at the molecular level,” he said.

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