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Cells do talk to one another, but the question remains how
Date:5/31/2011

lving problems in computational systems biology. Helm's group uses advanced mass spectrometry techniques to explore complex biological problems such as cell-cell communication, focusing on quantification of proteins and metabolites. When combined with Rajagopalan's model system and expertise, the three teams will address the communication processes involved in optimizing phenotypic function in the liver.

By developing innovative and integrated computational-experimental solutions to study inter-cellular signaling, the researchers believe this project will pave the way for advances in inter-cellular and organ-level systems biology.


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Virginia Tech
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