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Signal processing and control solutions for individualized therapies

An individualized therapy is a form of personalized medicine and popularly described as “the right therapy at the right dose in the right patient”. Personalized medicine or precision medicine refers to development of better diagnoses and more efficient drugs and therapies specifically tailored to the characteristics and needs of an individual person rather to a class of individuals. Currently, personalized medicine represents a very hot and active research field of huge importance to humanity.

Edited by: Aniruddha Datta, Alexander Medvedev and Olaf Simanski

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    Molecular network control through boolean canalization

    Boolean networks are an important class of computational models for molecular interaction networks. Boolean canalization, a type of hierarchical clustering of the inputs of a Boolean function, has been extensi...

    David Murrugarra and Elena S. Dimitrova

    EURASIP Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology 2015 2015:9

    Published on: 4 November 2015