|MadSci Network: Genetics|
Dear Steve, The following recommendation has come from people working in the field of mathematical biology. I hope they suit your needs: There are a number of books in biochemical networks. Voit's book is - perhaps - the only which mention gene networks. Here are the references: AUTHOR :Fell, David TITLE :Understanding the control of metabolism / by David Fell. SUBJECT :Metabolism -- Regulation Biochemistry SERIES :Frontiers in metabolism, 1353-6516 ; 2 PLACE :London : PUBLISHER :Portland Press, DATE :1997. ISBN/ISSN :185578047X (pbk) AUTHOR :Heinrich, Reinhart, 1946- ADDED NAMES :Schuster, Stefan TITLE :The regulation of cellular systems / Reinhart Heinrich and Stefan Schuster. SUBJECT :Cell metabolism -- Regulation -- Mathematical models Control theory PLACE :New York : PUBLISHER :Chapman & Hall, DATE :c1996. ISBN/ISSN :0412032619 The following book is quite new: Computational Analysis of Biochemical Systems, by Eberhard O. Voit. 544 pages (1 October, 2000), Cambridge University Press; ISBN: 0521785790 These are the best title if you need an introduction to understand the basic tools and then investigate some references in the literature. Good luck with your studies.
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