Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Visegrád, Hungary, 10-16 April 1999
Table of ContentsPreface. 1. Provoking an Argument: Problems with Current Approaches to the Analysis of Biochemical Systems. 2. Imposing Discipline: Manipulation of Organisms for Technological Ends. 3. Understanding Health and Disease: Why Organisms Behave as they do. 4. Taking Aim: Use of Metabolic Models to identify Drug Targets. 5. Facing Reality: Not just a Bag of Enzymes. 6. Thinking about Metabolism: The Relationship Between Control and Regulation. 7. Taking Sk: Control Analysis in the Context of Metabolic Regulation. Contributors. Index.
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