Motifs , Control , and Stability

@inproceedings{Doyle2005MotifsC,
  title={Motifs , Control , and Stability},
  author={John Doyle and Marie Csete},
  year={2005}
}
  • John Doyle, Marie Csete
  • Published 2005
1868 Many of the detailed mechanisms by which bacteria express genes in response to various environmental signals are well-known. The molecular players underlying these responses are part of a bacterial transcriptional regulatory network (BTN). To explore the properties and evolution of such networks and to extract general principles, biologists have looked for common themes or motifs, and their interconnections, such as reciprocal links or feedback loops. A BTN motif can be thought of as a… CONTINUE READING
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