An update of General physical laws ruling biology

Recently, a letter entitled “Physical Laws Shape Biology” was published in Science (8 February 2013, 10.1126/science.339.6120.646). The title of this letter is very similar to the one that I previously posted in my blog “General physical laws ruling biology” , but my post was not cited and the exact concept of laws might be different … Read moreAn update of General physical laws ruling biology

WCTDS, a Web-server of Cell Type Discrimination System

WCTDS is a software for discriminating stem cell types and subtyeps based on DNA methylation biomarkers [Wang A, et al 2013 PLoS ONE 8(2): e56095]. Coded by Python, Django, R, Linux shell, and MySQL, WCTDS runs under Linux-Apache2 server.   Please click the link below to access WCTDS. http://www.janywa.org/software/wctds/   Thanks for your interest. Any … Read moreWCTDS, a Web-server of Cell Type Discrimination System

A web server for discriminating the cell types and subtypes of stem cells and somatic cells

A web server for discriminating the cell types and subtypes of stem cells and somatic cells Recently I applied the hub identification concept from systems network theory to identify biomarkers and established an efficient system to discriminate the cell types and subtypes, A Quantitative System for Discriminating Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, Embryonic Stem Cells and … Read moreA web server for discriminating the cell types and subtypes of stem cells and somatic cells

Biological laws – variable

Continuing..(please see my last post for an introduction) We might need a couple steps to uncover the biological laws. Finding such laws is my missions, and it also might be the missions for biologists who might be interested in it. The core of the laws is the variables that can be used to describe the … Read moreBiological laws – variable

General physical laws ruling biology

Anyou Wang “Is there any physical law obeyed in biology? Something like the Newton’s motion laws? ” I asked this seemly naïve question in public a couple of years ago. Actually, this question arose when I read the fractal and chaos theory during my graduate study. Originally, I thought that chaos theory might help to … Read moreGeneral physical laws ruling biology