Biomat 2005 by Rubem P Mondaini, Rui Dilão

By Rubem P Mondaini, Rui Dilão

This quantity comprises the contributions of the keynote audio system to the BIOMAT 2005 symposium, in addition to a set of chosen papers by way of pioneering researchers. It presents a accomplished evaluate of the mathematical modeling of melanoma improvement, Alzheimer's illness, malaria, and aneurysm improvement. a number of types for the immune process and epidemiological matters are analyzed and reviewed. The ebook additionally explores protein constitution prediction by means of optimization and combinatorial strategies (Steiner trees). The assurance contains bioinformatics concerns, rules of gene expression, evolution, improvement, DNA and array modeling, and small global networks.

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