Gr'egoire Altan-Bonnet

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Biochemical feedback leads to dynamical transitions between cellular states, reminiscent of phase transitions in statistical physics. Yet it is unknown whether cells exhibit the scaling properties associated with phase transitions, and if they do, to which universality class or classes they belong. Here we show using a generic birth-death model that(More)
Some cells have to take decision based on the quality of surroundings ligands, almost irrespective of their quantity, a problem we name"absolute discrimination". An example of absolute discrimination is recognition of not-self by immune T Cells. We show how the problem of absolute discrimination can be solved by a process called"adaptive sorting". We review(More)
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