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A minimalistic resource allocation model to explain ubiquitous increase in protein expression with growth rate

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Feb 13, 2015

Uri BarenholzRon Milo

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Most proteins show changes in level across growth conditions. Many of these changes seem to be coordinated with the specific growth rate rather than the growth environment or the protein function. Although cellular growth rates, gene expression levels and gene regulation have been at th...read more

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    bioRxiv

    Feb 13, 2015

    Uri BarenholzRon Milo

    PMID: 990015180

    DOI: 10.1101/015180

    Abstract

    Most proteins show changes in level across growth conditions. Many of these changes seem to be coordinated with the specific growth rate rather than the growth environment or the protein function. Although cellular growth rates, gene expression levels and gene regulation have been at th...read more

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    Gene Expression
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