DO YOUR PROTEINS HAVE THEIR OWN SOCIAL NETWORK?

Diseases are the result of underlying system interactions NOT simply physical underpinnings. Watch the following talk from Northeastern University Professor Albert-László Barabási to learn how mapping cellular protein reactions can help us discover how diseases work.

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  1. [...] Dr. Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, a key figure in Network Science, shown here at the TEDMED 2012 lecture (http://www.americanbiotechnologist.com/blog/proteins-social-network/) discussing how using Social Network Analysis tools may unlock keys to how drugs may induce [...]

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