Functioning and robustness of a bacterial circadian clock

@article{Clodong2007FunctioningAR,
  title={Functioning and robustness of a bacterial circadian clock},
  author={S{\'e}bastien Clodong and Ulf Duehring and Luiza Kronk and Annegret Wilde and Ilka M. Axmann and Hanspeter Herzel and Markus Kollmann},
  journal={Molecular Systems Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={90 - 90}
}
Cyanobacteria are the simplest known cellular systems that regulate their biological activities in daily cycles. For the cyanobacterium Synechococcus elongatus, it has been shown by in vitro and in vivo experiments that the basic circadian timing process is based on rhythmic phosphorylation of KaiC hexamers. Despite the excellent experimental work, a full systems level understanding of the in vitro clock is still lacking. In this work, we provide a mathematical approach to scan different… CONTINUE READING
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