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We are investigating strategies for the engineering of biological systems
I'll be presenting the paper below, with a few slides.
Let's restart BioControl for the new school year.
We'll have breakfast!
This paper uses all the tools of chemical reaction networks we are talking about this week. I put my notes about CRNs from the BioControl class website, they might be useful to read the paper.
In this paper they propose a definition of bifurcations for stochastic systems.
Seems interesting and an appropriate reading for class and journal club; the paper just came out a month ago. Brian Ingalls was a student with Eduardo Sontag.
This is an old article but it is a standard way of modeling chemical kinetics in biology.
Because this looks pretty cool~
I'll also try to get us some coffee/snacks!
Hi, I'm Steven, a 1st year CDS grad student interested in systems biology. This is the article I picked.
What about this paper? If you have better ideas, let me know.
There will be bagels for breakfast!
Paper about noise...
Molecular Systems Biology 5 Article number: 318 doi:10.1038/msb.2009.75
Published online: 13 October 2009
Citation: Molecular Systems Biology 5:318
Listening to the noise: random fluctuations reveal gene network parameters
Brian Munsky1, Brooke Trinh2 & Mustafa Khammash3
Potential date for starting our meetings again! I picked a random paper...
integration of multiple signals
EGF, Insulin MAPK cascades
Negative feedback and linearization
Stress transient transcriptional responses
Modeling and experiments to understand mechanisms of gene regulation by sRNA in bacteria