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by Felix Tretter,Georg Winterer,Peter J. Gebicke-Haerter,Eduardo R. Mendoza

Free eBook Systems Biology in Psychiatric Research: From High-Throughput Data to Mathematical Modeling download ISBN: 3527325034
Author: Felix Tretter,Georg Winterer,Peter J. Gebicke-Haerter,Eduardo R. Mendoza
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (June 8, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 378
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September 2008 · Pharmacopsychiatry. Biological psychiatry has more and more directed it's focus on the involvement of genes and molecules in mental health and disease. Systems Biology is concerned with the quantitative study of complex biosystems at the molecular, cellular, tissue, and systems scales. Its focus is on the function of the system as a whole, rather than on individual parts. This exciting new arena applies mathematical modeling and engineering methods to the study of biological systems. This book is the first of its kind to focus on the newly.

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This first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the recent progress made in this break-through approach includes expert contributions from a variety of disciplines. Particular focus is placed on high-throughput methods and the analysis of data thus obtained, as well as their use in silico experiments so as to gain an insight into the complex biological processes in neuronal systems.

Dr. F. Tretter is Senior Physician at the Klinikum München-Haar.

ISBN: 978-3-527-63028-8 March 2010 Wiley-Blackwell 378 Pages. Dr. He studied Psychology, Medicine and social science with separate doctorates. He worked in experimental electrophysiology for several years at Max Planck Institute for Psychiatry. Later, he worked in clinical psychiatry and specialized in addiction.

Author: Eduardo R. Mendoza, Felix Tretter, Georg Winterer, Peter J. Gebicke-Haerter. This first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the recent progress made in this break-through approach includes expert contributions from a variety of disciplines

Author: Eduardo R. This first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the recent progress made in this break-through approach includes expert contributions from a variety of disciplines.

Particular focus is placed on high-throughput methods and the analysis of data thus obtained, as well as their use in silico experiments so as to gain an insight into the complex biological processes in This first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the recent progress made in this break-through approach includes expert contributions from a variety of disciplines.

Wiley-Blackwell 2010. ISBN 978-3-527-32503-0. Bender, W; Albus, M; Möller, HJ; Tretter, F (Feb 2006). Towards systemic theories in biological psychiatry".

Felix Tretter, Georg Winterer, Peter J. Gebicke-Haerter, Eduardo R. Mendoza

Felix Tretter, Georg Winterer, Peter J. Mendoza. This first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the recent progress made in this break-through approach includes expert contributions from a variety of disciplines

Felix Tretter, Georg Winterer, Peter J.

This first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the recent progress made in this break-through approach includes expert contributions from a variety of disciplines. Particular focus is placed on high-throughput methods and the analysis of data thus obtained, as well as their use in silico experiments so as to gain an insight into the complex biological processes in neuronal systems.A must-have for everyone working in psychiatric research.