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Sci. Signal., 19 February 2008
[DOI: 10.1126/stke.17tr1]

Quantitative Models of Mammalian Cell Signaling Pathways (PowerPoint Slides)

Ravi Iyengar*

Department of Pharmacology and Systems Therapeutics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY 10029, USA.

Description

Slides are provided for a class describing mathematical modeling of mammalian signaling pathways and part of the course “Cell Signaling Systems: A Course for Graduate Students.” The slides begin with an overview of why mathematical modeling is important, describe the different types of models and their appropriate application, and then provide several examples of how models were applied to ask specific questions and develop testable hypotheses about signaling networks.

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Educational Details

Learning Resource Type: PowerPoint slides

Context: Undergraduate upper division, graduate, professional (degree program)

Intended Users: Teacher, learner

Intended Educational Use: Teach, learn, plan

Discipline: Biochemistry, neurobiology, cell biology, theoretical biology

Keywords: differential equations, computational biology, systems biology, MAPK

Technical Details

Format: PowerPoint (ppt)

Size: 1.3 MB

Requirements: Microsoft PowerPoint

Limits for Use

Cost: Free

Rights: This material may be downloaded for noncommercial, course-teaching purposes only, provided credit to Science Signaling is included by listing the citation for the Teaching Resource.


*Contact information. E-mail: ravi.iyengar{at}mssm.edu

Citation: R. Iyengar, Quantitative models of mammalian cell signaling pathways. Sci. Signal. 1, tr1 (2008).

© 2008 American Association for the Advancement of Science


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