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Analytic stability analysis of three-component self-regulatory genetic circuit

  title={Analytic stability analysis of three-component self-regulatory genetic circuit},
  author={Julian Lee},
  journal={arXiv: Biological Physics},
  • Julian Lee
  • Published 3 August 2014
  • Biology
  • arXiv: Biological Physics
A self-regulatory genetic circuit, where a protein acts as a positive regulator of its own production, is known to be a simplest form of biological network with a positive feedback loop. Although at least three components, DNA, RNA, and the protein, are required to form such a circuit, the stability analysis of fixed points of the self-regulatory circuit has been performed only after reducing the system into to a two-component system consisting of RNA and protein only, assuming a fast… 

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