Systems Biology studies biological phenomena in a systemic perspective. According to this perspective, properties and behaviors of organisms, at each level, are analyzed in terms of mathematical systems. These systems, although based on physical, chemical, and biological laws, obey to internal logics which are, very often, independent from the specific reality of their components. The mathematical and computational analyses of such systems, with their in silico simulations, is one of the most promising approaches for the comprehension of life phenomena.
- A genome analysis based on repeat sharing gene net. Supplementary material of one of our pubbilcation.
- A New Approach to Decoding Life: Systems Biology. An inspiring review by Trey Ideker, Timothy Galitski and Leroy Hood on the dawn of the new interdisciplinary science (Annu. Rev. Genomics Hum. Genet. 2001. 2:343-372).
- An evolutionary procedure for inferring MP systems. Supplementary material of one of our pubbilcation..
- Institute for Systems Biology. An in depth discussion of Systems Biology principles, perspectives and technological challenges.
- Meta-P-Lab. Metabolic P systems' Official Site.
- Metabolic P systems on Scholarpedia . A comprehensive description of Metabolic P systems with a few examples and many references.
- P systems webpage. A collection of resources about P systems on the official site of Membrane Computing Community .
- Systems biology.org. An updated list of books concerning systems biology, general principles, theory and applications in biomedical science such as in cancer research.