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Systems Biology
The Solution to Understanding Alcohol-Induced Disorders?
Volume 31, Number 1, 2008


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3 In This Issue [PDF]



Commentary: Systems Biology and Its Relevance to Alcohol Research [PDF]
Q. Max Guo and Sam Zakhari


NIH Roadmap for Medical Research [PDF]
Lori Wolfgang Kantor


Systems Genetics of Alcoholism [PDF]
Chantel D. Sloan, Vicki Sayarath, and Jason H. Moore


Metabolomics in Alcohol Research and Drug Development [PDF]
George G. Harrigan, Greg Maguire, and Laszlo Boros


Proteomic Approaches for Studying Alcoholism and Alcohol-Induced Organ Damage [PDF]
Susanne Hiller-Sturmhöfel, Josip Sobin, and R. Dayne Mayfield

49Mathematical Modeling of Complex Biological Systems: From Parts Lists to Understanding Systems Behavior [PDF]
Hans Peter Fischer
Focus on Special Populations
60Systems Biology in the Study of Neurological Disorders: Focus on Alzheimer’s Disease [PDF]
Giulio M. Pasinetti and Susanne Hiller-Sturmhöfel
66Alcoholic Lung Disease [PDF]
Corey D. Kershaw and David M. Guidot
76A Systems-Based Computational Model of Alcohol’s Toxic Effects on Brain Development [PDF]
Julia M. Gohlke, Susanne Hiller-Sturmhöfel, and Elaine M. Faustman
84Glossary [PDF]

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