Berman’s Simulation Analysis and Modeling
Dr. Mones Berman, whose photograph appears at the beginning of this section, had an enduring interest in the theoretical aspects of lipid, lipoprotein and apolipoprotein metabolism, which stemmed from a more general interest in the systematic analysis of the kinetics and dynamics of metabolic molecules in the biological system. When tracer molecules are used to observe and measure the kinetics of a substance of interest, the obser vations are frequently related to a specific biological models for complete analysis. Possible models should be restricted to those that are compatible with other information about the system. Dr. Berman spent his life developing a formalism for the systematic analysis of tracer data taken from dynamical biological systems in both the steady and changing state.
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