Network topology and the evolution of dynamics in an artificial genetic regulatory network model created by whole genome duplication and divergence.

@article{Kuo2006NetworkTA,
  title={Network topology and the evolution of dynamics in an artificial genetic regulatory network model created by whole genome duplication and divergence.},
  author={P Dwight Kuo and Wolfgang Banzhaf and Andr{\'e} Leier},
  journal={Bio Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={85 3},
  pages={177-200}
}
  • P Dwight Kuo, Wolfgang Banzhaf, André Leier
  • Published 2006 in Bio Systems
Topological measures of large-scale complex networks are applied to a specific artificial regulatory network model created through a whole genome duplication and divergence mechanism. This class of networks share topological features with natural transcriptional regulatory networks. Specifically, these networks display scale-free and small-world topology and possess subgraph distributions similar to those of natural networks. Thus, the topologies inherent in natural networks may be in part due… CONTINUE READING