Lecture0Notes - Genomics: study of sequence, structure, and...

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Genomics: study of sequence, structure, and function of genes in an organism: SSF of genes, basically the anatomy of genes Proteomics: study of genes encoded by genome, and their changes in protein expression patterns in different environments: genes & expression in diff. environments, its like the physiology of genes Physiome: Quantitative and integrated description of the functional behavior of the physiological state of an individual or species Reductionism: theory that all complex systems can be understood in terms of their components reduced to its components Systems Biology: Integrates all the individual components into a single model and gives a QUANTITATIVE description of interactions List four Key Properties of Systems Biology: System Structure – ntwk of gene intxns System Dynamics – system behavior over time Control Method – control system by modifying certain components Design Method – how to modify/design systems with specific properties Carbohydrates: structural, energy storage Lipids: structural, energy storage, compartmentalization Proteins: structural, transport, defense, metabolism
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