Dynamics on and of Biological Networks: Case Studies on the Machinery of Life

author: Stefan Bornholdt, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Bremen
published: Dec. 14, 2007,   recorded: October 2007,   views: 8304

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Gene regulation networks and other molecular networks that regulate the processes of life in the living cell are prototypes for dynamical networks that combine the aspects of both, transferring dynamical signaling on the one hand, and being structurally dynamical themselves on the other hand. Both phenomena, while living on vastly different timescales (that of molecular interactions versus the timescale of macroevolution), are closely interwoven and depend on each other. We will take a closer look at this interesting type of complex networks and I will review a few approaches and views from different angles.

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