A power law distribution of metabolite abundance levels in mice regardless of the time and spatial scale of analysis

@inproceedings{Sato2018APL,
  title={A power law distribution of metabolite abundance levels in mice regardless of the time and spatial scale of analysis},
  author={Shumpei Sato and Makoto Horikawa and Takeshi Kondo and Tomohito Sato and Mitsutoshi Setou},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2018}
}
Biomolecule abundance levels change with the environment and enable a living system to adapt to the new conditions. Although, the living system maintains at least some characteristics, e.g. homeostasis. One of the characteristics maintained by a living system is a power law distribution of biomolecule abundance levels. Previous studies have pointed to a universal characteristic of biochemical reaction networks, with data obtained from lysates of multiple cells. As a result, the spatial scale of… CONTINUE READING
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