Entrainment of a population of synthetic genetic oscillators.

  title={Entrainment of a population of synthetic genetic oscillators.},
  author={Octavio Mondrag{\'o}n-Palomino and Tal Danino and Jangir Selimkhanov and Lev S. Tsimring and Jeff Hasty},
  volume={333 6047},
Biological clocks are self-sustained oscillators that adjust their phase to the daily environmental cycles in a process known as entrainment. Molecular dissection and mathematical modeling of biological oscillators have progressed quite far, but quantitative insights on the entrainment of clocks are relatively sparse. We simultaneously tracked the phases of hundreds of synthetic genetic oscillators relative to a common external stimulus to map the entrainment regions predicted by a detailed… CONTINUE READING
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