Biological systems oen display remarkable behaviors that are not easily anticipated or comprehended. One broad example is the ability of cellular systems to maintain phenotypic stability under vast and diverse conditions [1-4]. Also, cellular systems are in constant evolution involving numerous tightly controlled molecular interactions to achieve specic goals; metabolism to balance the cell systems’ energy requirement, immune response signalling for tackling invading pathogens etc. erefore, the properties of cellular systems cannot be understood if we treat biological entities in isolation, rather we have to consider them as an integrated system. e reliance of only using traditional wet-bench biological techniques to study cellular behavior is therefore insucient and the investigation of molecular interactions in detail is necessary in order to understand especially time-evolving biological properties, such as morphology, growth, metabolism, and disease progression.