International Study Group for Systems Biology 2008 22.08.2008

International Study Group for Systems Biology 2008

The 13th Workshop of the International Study Group for Systems Biology (formerly the International Study Group for BioThermoKinetics) took place August 17-20, 2008 at a beautiful location called LO skolen in Elsinore, Denmark close to the Kronborg Castle. Elsinore is located on the coast of Seeland to the north of Copenhagen. The ISGSB-08 workshop was organized by people from the Center for Systems Microbiology at the Department of Systems Biology, Technical University of Denmark, in collaboration with Mark Poolman and David Fell from the School of Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University, and  international advisory board.
A key theme of this meeting, "Will bottom-up meet top-down?", was to address whether the two different schools of Systems Biology, the top-down and the bottom-up have a chance of meeting in the future, and how it might be achieved.
The following session were organized:
    • Energy traffic;
    • Drug target discovery;
    • Tools for structural analysis of metabolic pathways;
    • Tools for kinetic analysis of metabolic pathways;
    • Regulatory networks;
    • Yeast and plant systems biology;
    • Prokaryotic systems biology;
    • and also a Poster session.

 
Researshers of ICMPh presented the following reports:

within "Energy traffic"
  • Elena V. Mashkovtseva, Stanislav E. Boronovsky and Yaroslav R. Nartsissov           
    Pulsing charge model of the proton movement through a membrane 15 protein channel.
  • Stanislav E. Boronovsky and Yaroslav R. Nartsissov            
    Modeling of single ion channel current by the using of ions motion 25 near the charged membrane surface.
within "Drug target discovery"
  • Yaroslav Nartsissov           
    Novel approaches to creation of metabolic drugs on the base of 39 mathematical modelling.
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