Tentativeness and fervor in cell biology require negative and positive feedforward control.

Abstract

End-product feedback regulates early steps in metabolic pathways, affecting activation and the rate of end-product synthesis. Early formation of end-product also modifies later steps in the synthesis of end-product. We designate this form of regulation feedforward. Negative feedback/feedforward by end-products may result in homeostasis, but also in… (More)

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@article{Sinclair1993TentativenessAF, title={Tentativeness and fervor in cell biology require negative and positive feedforward control.}, author={Nicholas R. StC. Sinclair and John R.G. Challis}, journal={Life sciences}, year={1993}, volume={52 25}, pages={1985-93} }