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Welcome to the Systems Biology Group of the IST and ISYS at the University of Stuttgart



The Systems Biology Group at the University of Stuttgart represents an interdisciplinary approach to understand biology at the systems level. The group members are researchers from the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control, and the Institute for System Dynamics.

The biological objects under investigation range from, e.g. metabolism or phototaxis in E. coli to signal transduction in mammalian cells. Expertise is not only introduced through collaborations with various scientists, but the group itself consists of both engineers and biologists.

With the help of mathematical modeling, structural and dynamical aspects of the chosen model systems are investigated. System theoretical analysis concern stability, robustness and adaptation of cellular systems enabling a deeper insight into the functional bases of life.

General information about the emerging area of systems biology can be found here.

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