In Silico Biology
Journal of Biological Systems Modeling and Multi-Scale Simulation
|Volume||12; 6 issues|
|Status||Last issue 12(1,2) online on 07 July 2015
Next issue 12(3) scheduled for December 2016
|Subject Group||Biochemistry, Medicine & Health|
In Silico Biology is a scientific research journal aiming to advance the use of computational models and simulations in studies applied to complex biological phenomena. We publish peer-reviewed leading-edge biological, biomedical and biotechnological research in which computer-based (i.e., “in silico“) modeling and analysis tools are developed and utilized to predict and elucidate dynamics of biological systems, their design and control, and their evolution. Experimental support may also be provided to support the computational analyses.
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ISB’s targeted audience is comprised of users of the application of theoretical, mathematical and computational tools onto biological systems.
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