Cellular signalling networks
Cellular signalling networks are formed when different cell signalling pathways interact and are detected by a combination of experimental and computational methods. Understanding how a biological system responds to a signal can be deduced by analysing how multiple cell signalling pathways affect each other and, in turn, cellular processes within the network.
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