Hybrid models of the cell cycle molecular machinery

@inproceedings{Noel2012HybridMO,
  title={Hybrid models of the cell cycle molecular machinery},
  author={Vincent Noel and Dima Grigoriev and Sergei Vakulenko and Ovidiu Radulescu},
  booktitle={HSB},
  year={2012}
}
Piecewise smooth hybrid systems, involving continuous and discrete variables, are suitable models for describing the multiscale regulatory machinery of the biological cells. In hybrid models, the discrete variables can switch on and off some molecular interactions, simulating cell progression through a series of functioning modes. The advancement through the cell cycle is the archetype of such an organized sequence of events. We present an approach, inspired from tropical geometry ideas… 

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