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Commentaries on Systems Biology in Cell

The current issue of Cell has a number of interesting comments on Systems Biology.
Edison T. Liu's sounds a little funny to me.
<quote>"The greatest challenges in establishing this systems approach are not biological but computational and organizational."</quote>
As long as the high-throughput data is as messy as it is, assembling the systems will be a herculean step. The computational problem is a mere laugh, if you ask me.

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