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Spring 2017 CQB Seminars, 12:30pm, Hill 260

(some dates tentative; details emailed to listserv subscribers)

01/24/2017 Stas Shvartsman, Princeton: "Quantitative biology of developmental metabolism and growth"

01/31/2017 Chang Chan, CINJ

02/28/2017 Allen Tannenbaum, Stony Brook

 

News and Notable

Recent Publications by CQB Faculty

(Please click on "Publications" tab for complete publication lists.)

E.V. Nikolaev and E.D. Sontag*. Quorum-sensing synchronization of synthetic toggle switches: A design based on monotone dynaMical systems theory. PLoS Computational Biology, 12:e1004881, 2016.

J.A. Ascensao*, P. Datta*, B. Hancioglu*, E.D. Sontag*, M.L. Gennaro, and O.A.Igoshin. Non-monotonic response dynamics of glyoxylate shunt genes in Mycobacterium tuberculosis. PLoS Computational Biology, 12:e1004741, 2016 (In the news: "New theorem helps reveal tuberculosis' secret")

A. Raveh, M. Margaliot, E.D. Sontag*, and T. Tuller*. A model for competition for ribosomes in the cell. Proc. Royal Society Interface, 13:20151062, 2016.

T. Kang, R. Moore, Y. Li, E.D. Sontag*, and L. Bleris*. Discriminating direct and indirect connectivities in biological networks. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 112:12893-12898, 2015.

E.D. Sontag and A. Singh. Exact moment dynamics for feedforward nonlinear chemical reaction networks. IEEE Life Sciences Letters, 1:26-29, 2015.

 

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