Statistical methods for estimating complexity from competition experiments between two populations.

Abstract

Often a screening or selection experiment targets a cell or tissue, which presents many possible molecular targets and identifies a correspondingly large number of ligands. We describe a statistical method to extract an estimate of the complexity or richness of the set of molecular targets from competition experiments between distinguishable ligands… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2010.02.046

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@article{MontgomerySmith2010StatisticalMF, title={Statistical methods for estimating complexity from competition experiments between two populations.}, author={Stephen Montgomery-Smith and Francis J. Schmidt}, journal={Journal of theoretical biology}, year={2010}, volume={264 3}, pages={1043-6} }