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Variation among individuals is a prerequisite of evolution by natural selection. As such, identifying the origins of variation is a fundamental goal of biology. We investigated the link between gene interactions and variation in gene expression among individuals and species using the mammalian limb as a model system. We first built interaction networks for(More)
We study the stability properties of periodic solutions to the Nonlin-ear Schrödinger (NLS) equation with a periodic potential. We exploit the symmetries of the problem, in particular the Hamiltonian structure and the U(1) symmetry. We develop a simple sufficient criterion that guarantees the existence of a modulational instability spectrum along the(More)
Despite the growing awareness that larval competition can influence adult mosquito life history traits including susceptibility to pathogens, the net effect of larval competition on human risk of exposure to mosquito-borne pathogens remains poorly understood. We examined how intraspecific larval competition affects dengue-2 virus (DENV-2) extrinsic(More)
We study the largest Lyapunov exponent of the response of a two dimensional non-Hamiltonian system driven by additive white noise. The specific system we consider is the third-order truncated normal form of the unfolding of a Hopf bifurcation. We show that in the small-noise limit the top Lyapunov exponent always approaches zero from below (and is thus(More)
BACKGROUND DNA instability profiles have been used recently for predicting the transcriptional start site and the location of core promoters, and to gain insight into promoter action. It was also shown that the use of these profiles can significantly improve the performance of motif finding programs. RESULTS In this work we introduce a new method for(More)
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