In: Computational Methods in Systems Biology (CMSB 2003), Proceedings of the First International Workshop, Rovereto, Italy, February 24-26, 2003, pages 173-pp. Volume 2602 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science / C. Priami (Ed.) --- Springer Verlag, February 2003.
Abstract: Biological networks tend to be very dense and large - far beyond human skills. Therefore, a crucial point seems to be their concise and unambiguous representation to handle these highly integrated networks computationally in an efficient manner. Moreover, our knowledge about a particular pathway is generally widely spread over various separate data bases, using a quite large variety of different graphical schemes.
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