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JCVI / Stanford model a complete Bacterium in-silico
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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Fri Jul 20th, 2012 16:25

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JCVI and Stanford have just announced that they have modeled the life cycle of the simplest bacterial genome, Mycoplasma genitalium, entirely on a computer, in-silico.

For once I agree with NIH that "This achievement demonstrates a transforming approach to answering questions about fundamental biological processes" (James M. Anderson, NIH) :)

Two articles explaining what has been achieved can be found at:

http://dvice.com/archives/2012/07/meet-the-first-1.php
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http://news.stanford.edu/news/2012/july/computer-model-organism-071812.html

This is a huge step forward, as it demonstrates how important in-silico will become as Medicine moves forward. Hopefully it will cause people to take a closer look at our own discoveries, too :)

..Trevor..

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 Posted: Sat Jul 21st, 2012 16:28

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:):):)



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 Posted: Sun Jul 22nd, 2012 10:43

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Just saw that...was here to post it....but alas...I was too slow!



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 Posted: Mon Nov 12th, 2012 15:39

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Modeling pulmonary edema in a lung-on-a-chip:

http://www.kurzweilai.net/modeling-pulmonary-edema-in-a-lung-on-a-chip



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 Posted: Wed Nov 14th, 2012 10:12

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I just saw this post that is a bit old. Just want to say that I am glad Stanford is better at doing research, than they are at diagnosing Sarcoidosis.

This is good news for we who have inflammatory diseases.

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 Posted: Thu Nov 15th, 2012 12:59

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The video of cell simulation http://wholecell.stanford.edu/



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 Posted: Sat Nov 17th, 2012 12:10

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Thank you Wrotek for that video.

The complexity is hinted at much better in video than simple 2D graphics. Time lapse helps to see the more active components during the entire sequence.

Wow. Very nice. Thank you again Wrotek--Janet



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 Posted: Sat Nov 17th, 2012 13:16

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Yeah i like videos too :)
 I wonder if the fact that cell divided in the computer mean that mathematical understanding of biology is absolutely correct to the level of single molecules ?



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