Damian Mongru

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Spatially or chemically isolated functional modules composed of several cellular components and carrying discrete functions are considered fundamental building blocks of cellular organization, but their presence in highly integrated biochemical networks lacks quantitative support. Here, we show that the metabolic networks of 43 distinct organisms are(More)
The identification and characterization of system-level features of biological organization is a key issue of post-genomic biology. An elegant proposal addressing the cell’s functional architecture is offered by the concept of modularity, assuming that the cell can be partitioned into a collection of modules. Each module, a discrete entity of several(More)
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