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Diabetes Systems Biology: Quantitative methods for understanding beta-cell dynamics and function (Biophysical Society-IOP Series) (Original PDF from Publisher)

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Diabetes Systems Biology provides senior undergraduate students and junior scientists, interested in diabetes systems biology, with a tool to learn more about the mathematical models and methods used to understand macroscopically and microscopically beta-cell behaviour in health and disease. The book introduces readers to the quantitative methods used to examine beta-cell dynamics, islet biology and architecture, as well as diabetes etiology and implications. The goal is to allow junior researchers in the fields of mathematical biology and biophysics to obtain a broad understanding of these quantitative methods, and guide them into taking the first steps into the field of diabetes systems biology. At the end of each chapter, several problem-solving exercises (that require both analytical and computational skills) are provided for the readers to help them become more proficient in this field.

Key Features

  • Comprehensive overview of all relevant aspects of diabetes systems biology and biological mathematical modelling
  • Covers quantitative aspects of this discipline with embedded examples
  • Features contributions from world-class researchers in the field
  • Provides extensive references for further reading
  • Includes problem solving exercises at the end of each chapter

Product Details

  • Publisher:Institute of Physics Publishing (December 9, 2020)
  • Publication date:December 9, 2020
  • Language::English
  • File size:11804 KB
  • Text-to-Speech:Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting:Enabled
  • X-Ray:Not Enabled
  • Word Wise:Not Enabled
  • Print length:430 pages
  • Lending:Not Enabled

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