Towards a theory of organisms

From the century of the genome to the century of the organism: New theoretical approaches

Special issue of Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology

Guest editors: A.M. Soto & G. Longo


Preface and table of contents

A.M. Soto, G. Longo & D. Noble

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Why do we need theories?

G. Longo & A.M. Soto

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Reductionist perspectives and the notion of information

N. Perret & G. Longo

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From physical to biological individuation

P.-A. Miquel & S.-Y. Hwang

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The biological default state of cell proliferation with variation and motility, a fundamental principle for a theory of organisms

A.M. Soto, G. Longo, M. Montévil & C. Sonnenschein

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Theoretical principles for biology: Organization

M. Mossio, M. Montévil & G. Longo

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Theoretical principles for biology: Variation

M. Montévil, M. Mossio, A. Pocheville & G. Longo

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Modeling mammary organogenesis from biological first principles: cells and their physical constraints

M. Montévil, L. Speroni, C. Sonnenschein & A.M. Soto

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Carcinogenesis explained within the context of a theory of organisms

C. Sonnenschein & A.M. Soto

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Toward a theory of organisms: Three founding principles in search of a useful integration

A.M. Soto, G. Longo, P.-A. Miquel, M. Montévil, M. Mossio, N. Perret , A. Pocheville & C. Sonnenschein

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