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Nov 5 '12 at 22:27 comment added shigeta @rwst v true - really the molecular mechanisms of biology are incomplete in every sense - models, mechanisms, data, observability... to some extent this is true for any major scientific system at first (atomic physics had no idea how large an atom was until early 20th century, and even the motion of the planets was difficult to discuss until adequate telescopes could be made).
Nov 5 '12 at 17:12 comment added R Stephan The problem is that you need good data to do good sysbio, and you need lab work to produce good data. You can't simply rely on electronic annotation of genes and even manual curation introduces too many errors. Then where do you get your enzymatic constants from. It's all garbage in, garbage out.
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