Topology of biological networks and reliability of information processing

Abstract

Survival of living cells and organisms is largely based on highly reliable function of their regulatory networks. However, the elements of biological networks, e.g., regulatory genes in genetic networks or neurons in the nervous system, are far from being reliable dynamical elements. How can networks of unreliable elements perform reliably? We here address… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0509132102

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