How cells process information: quantification of spatiotemporal signaling dynamics.


Arguably, one of the foremost distinctions between life and non-living matter is the ability to sense environmental changes and respond appropriately--an ability that is invested in every living cell. Within a single cell, this function is largely carried out by networks of signaling molecules. However, the details of how signaling networks help cells make… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/pro.2089