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  • 2 years ago

i want to learn system biology from basic level where can i start?

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  1. thomaster
    • 2 years ago
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    Start with buying a book about biology :P If you're in college i recommend Campbell Biology (ISBN 9780321739759) Miller and Levine Biology is a good book for regular/basic high school level biology (ISBN 9780130367013).

  2. delta0115
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    There is khanacademy.org too!!

  3. xenotech
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    I would recommend starting with some Biochemistry considering the fact that systems biology is all about how things interact. Lehninger's biochemistry text books would be a great start considering you have some basic organic chemistry background.

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