to the online home of John Tyson's computational cell biology lab.
We study biological systems from a rigorous mathematical perspective, and build realistic models that help us gain a deeper understanding of the physiology. Most of our work is on the mechanism of cell division cycle control as seen in budding yeast, fission yeast, Xenopus embryos and egg extracts, Drosophila embryos and mammalian cells.
A system level understanding of the cell cycle controls is recently reviewed in Handbook of Systems Biology (Tyson and Novak 2012).
For Dr. Tyson's work on oscillations and wave propagations in chemical reaction systems, please visit his main website.