The Bernstein Center Freiburg
Informal Seminar 

Benjamin Merkt
Institute of Physics, Freiburg Resolving Structural NonIdentifiability
of Transcription Networks In Systems Biology, transcription networks with a high number of species and a low number of observed quantities are very common. In addition, many measurement techniques like quantitative Western blot or protein arrays provide only relative data leading to undetermined scaling parameters in the mathematical model. This results in the problem of structural nonidentifiability: the effect of changing one parameter can be compensated by other parameters. 

Thursday, July 31, 2014 14:00 h 
BCF Library First Floor Hansastr. 9a 
Host: Stefan Rotter 

The talk is open to the public. Guests are cordially invited!
www.bcf.unifreiburg.de 
