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Louisiana State University Computational Systems Biology Group

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Computational Systems Biology aims to develop and apply efficient algorithms to address critical scientific questions through computer simulations and theoretical modeling. The system-wide modeling is particularly relevant in modern biological sciences, where the key challenge has shifted from the study of single molecules to the exhaustive exploration of molecular interactions and biological processes at the level of complete proteomes. Understanding how complex living systems work can help find treatments for disorders of poorly understood etiology, such as cancer and neurodegenerative disorders.

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  • (2019), "Louisiana State University Computational Systems Biology Group," https://sciencegateways.org/resources/louisianastateuniversitycomputationalsystemsbiologygroup.

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