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Unformatted text preview: I Systems Microbiology (13 Lectures) The cell as a well-stirred biochemical reactor L1 Introduction L2 Chemical kinetics, Equilibrium binding, cooperativity L3 Lambda phage L4 Stability analysis L5-6 Genetic switches L7-9 E. coli chemotaxis L10-11 Genetic oscillators L12-13 Stochastic chemical kinetics 1 II Systems Cell Biology (9 Lectures) The cell as a compartmentalized system with concentration gradients L15 Diffusion, Ficks equations, boundary and initial conditions L16-17 Local excitation, global inhibition theory L18-19 Models for eukaryotic gradient sensing L20-21 Center finding algorithms L22-23 Modeling cytoskeleton dynamics 2 III Systems Developmental Biology (2 Lectures) The cell in a social context communicating with neighboring cells L23 Quorum sensing L25 Drosophila development 3 Main take home messages from this course: 4 1. translate the biology into a quantitative model: given the biology set up the coupled differential equations that capture the essence of the biological phenomena (not trivial since 4 papers came up with a different model given the same biological phenomenon,...
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l25_notes - I Systems Microbiology (13 Lectures) The cell...

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