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    Research: Missoulian: Nurse's Notes: The promise of systems biology
    Submitted by Prashanth Suravajhala; posted on Monday, January 30, 2017

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    In this article, Nitin Baliga gives a quick introduction to systems biology:

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    Biology is complex. The need to understand this complexity drives advancements in technologies that are required to measure properties of all of the constituent parts and to understand how they interact with one another. The application of those technologies generates large amounts of data, which are analyzed using algorithms or models run on computers.
    Source: missoulian.com/life[...].html

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