Systems Biology

Systems biology is a computational and quantitative study of complex biological processes. It is a field of study based on biological studies that focus on the complex interactions within biological systems, using a universal approach (complete instead of traditional limitations) to biological research. When it falls into the field of mathematical theory and applied mathematical methods, it grows into a branch of complex biological systems.

Especially from 2000 onwards, this concept has been widely used in biology in a variety of contexts. The Human Genome Project is an example of innovative applications of biological thinking that have led to innovative, collaborative approaches to problem solving in the field of genetics. One of the aims of systems biology is to generate and detect emerging structures, molecular structures, tissues and organisms that function as a system that is only theoretically defined using biological programming techniques. This usually involves metabolic networks or cell signaling networks.

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