1. Introduction; 2. Basic concepts in systems biology;
Part I. Reconstruction of Biochemical Networks: 3. Metabolic networks;
4. Regulatory networks; 5. Signalling networks;
Part II. Mathematical Representation of Reconstructed Networks: 6. Basic
features of S; 7. Topological properties; 8. Fundamental subspaces; 9.
Null space of S; 10. The left null space of S; 11. The row and column
spaces of S;
Part III. Capabilities of Reconstructed Networks: 12. Dual causality;
13. Properties of solution spaces; 14. Sampling properties of solution
spaces; 15. Finding functional states; 16. Parametric sensitivity; 17.
Epilogue; Appendix A: nomenclature and abbreviations;
Appendix B: E. coli core metabolic network; Bibliography; Index.
Hardback, 334 pages,
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 16, 2006)