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Computational and Systems Biology - Ph.D. / Sc.D.

 

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  • Fan, Zi Peng (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Mammals contain a wide array of cell types with distinct functions, yet nearly all cell types have the same genomic DNA. How the genetic instructions in DNA are selectively interpreted by cells to specify various cellular ...
  • Isik, Leyla (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Humans can quickly and effortlessly recognize objects, and people and their actions from complex visual inputs. Despite the ease with which the human brain solves this problem, the underlying computational steps have ...
  • Gurry, Thomas (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Protein aggregation underlies a number of human diseases. Most notably, it occurs widely in neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. At the molecular level, neurotoxicity is thought to originate ...
  • Negron, Christopher (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    Living cells integrate a vast array of protein-protein interactions (PPIs) to govern cellular functions. For instance, PPIs are critical to biosynthesis, nanostructural assembly, and in processing environmental stimuli ...
  • Wu, Xuebing, Ph. D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    The vast majority of the mammalian genome does not encode proteins. Only 2% of the genome is exonic, yet recent deep survey of human transcripitome suggested that 75% of the genome is transcribed, including half of the ...
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