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Cell modeling tool makes complex calculations user-friendly


October 3, 2017

Programming a molecular biology experiment can be similar to playing Sudoku; both are simple if you're working with only a few molecules or a small grid, but explode in complexity as they grow. Now, researchers at University of Connecticut Health have made it far easier for molecular biologists to make complex biological models. Full Story

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