This page connects to work on applications of Systems Biology

Connect to Physiome Project

The term “physiome” comes from “physio” (life) + “ome” (as a whole), and is intended to provide a “quantitative description of physiological dynamics and functional behaviour of the intact organism”.


Physiome publishes reproducible and reusable mathematical models of physiological processes where the experimental details and model validation have been published or accepted for publication in a recognised ‘primary’ peer-reviewed journal. Physiome curators will help authors ensure that models and simulation experiments are made available using appropriate community standards prior to acceptance for publication in Physiome.

Oxford Systems Biology Project

Oxford Systems Biology Project on Shakuyakukanzoto (SKT,  芍薬甘草湯)

Chinese name: Shao-Yao-Gan-Cao-Tang (芍薬甘草湯)

Funded by Tsumura & Co

SKT is a certified medication used to treat muscle cramp and spasms

Oxford Project on Xin Su Ning (XSN)

Oxford Project led by Dr Yu-ling Ma on cardiac arrythmia using a Chinese herbal remedy

Xin Su Ning (XSN) is a Chinese patented and certified herbal medicine used to treat premature ventricular contractions.