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 +====== Biological Systems ====== ​
  
 +Systems biology is concerned with the study of biological functions and mechanisms, underpinning inter- and intra-cellular dynamical networks, by means of signal- and system-oriented approaches. Since 1993 one is able to investigate biological systems on a single molecule level. Understanding biological systems is essential for developing medicine. ​
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 +[[biological_systems:​DE|Differential equations approach]]
 +  * [[biological_systems:​DE#​Deterministic example|Deterministic example]]
 +    * [[biological_systems:​DE#​Michaelis-Menten kinetics|Michaelis-Menten kinetics]]
 +  * [[biological_systems:​DE#​Stochastic example|Stochastic example]]
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 +[[biological_systems:​Man|Manufacturing line approach]]
 +  * [[biological_systems:​Man#​Deterministic Discrete-Event Model|Deterministic Discrete-Event Model]]
 +  * [[biological_systems:​Man#​Stochastic Discrete-Event Model|Stochastic Discrete-Event Model]]
 +  * [[biological_systems:​Man#​Effects of Molecular timing|Effects of Molecular timing]]
 +  * [[biological_systems:​Man#​Signal-Receptor response|Signal-Receptor response]]
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 +[[biological_systems:​Ref|References]]
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 +[[biological_systems:​Sim|Simulators]]
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 +[[biological_systems:​examples1|Chi models]]
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