Systems Biology - A Textbook

 Klipp, E., Liebermeister, W., Wierling, C. & Kowald, A. (2016)


  This advanced textbook is tailored for an introductory course in Systems Biology and is well-suited for biologists as well as engineers and computer scientists.

It comes with student-friendly reading lists and a companion website featuring a short exam prep version of the book and educational modeling programs. The text is written in an easily accessible style and includes numerous work examples and study questions in each chapter. For this latest edition, a section on medical systems biology has been included.




Introduction to Systems Biology

Modeling of biochemical systems
Structural modeling and analysis of biochemical networks
Kinetic models of biochemical networks introduction
Data formats, simulation techniques, and modeling tools
Model fitting, reduction, and coupling
Discrete, stochastic, and spatial models
Network structures, dynamics and function
Gene expression models
Variability, robustness, and information
Evolution and optimality
Models of biochemical systems
Reference Section
Cell biology
Experimental techniques
Mathematical and physical concepts
Software tools for modeling

Bibliographic information

Klipp, E., Liebermeister, W.,
Wierling, C., Kowald, A. (2016)
Systems Biology. A Textbook
(second revised edition)
Wiley-Blackwell, 504 p.
Previous editions (versions)
ISBN: 978-3-527-64499-5 (2013)
ISBN: 978-3-527-60488-3 (2006)





Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institute of Biology,
Theoretical Biophysics, 10099 Berlin, Germany