Noise Reduction in Complex Biological Switches

@inproceedings{Cardelli2016NoiseRI,
  title={Noise Reduction in Complex Biological Switches},
  author={Luca Cardelli and Attila Csik{\'a}sz-Nagy and Neil Dalchau and Mirco Tribastone and Max Tschaikowski},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Cells operate in noisy molecular environments via complex regulatory networks. It is possible to understand how molecular counts are related to noise in specific networks, but it is not generally clear how noise relates to network complexity, because different levels of complexity also imply different overall number of molecules. For a fixed function, does increased network complexity reduce noise, beyond the mere increase of overall molecular counts? If so, complexity could provide an… CONTINUE READING
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