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A structural classification of candidate oscillators and multistationary systems

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Nov 18, 2013

Franco BlanchiniGiulia Giordano

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Molecular systems are uncertain: the variability of reaction parameters and the presence of unknown interactions can weaken the predictive capacity of solid mathematical models. However, strong conclusions on the admissible dynamic behaviors of a model can often be achieved without deta...read more

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  • A structural classification of candidate oscillators and multistationary systems

    bioRxiv

    Nov 18, 2013

    Franco BlanchiniGiulia Giordano

    PMID: 990000562

    DOI: 10.1101/000562

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    Molecular systems are uncertain: the variability of reaction parameters and the presence of unknown interactions can weaken the predictive capacity of solid mathematical models. However, strong conclusions on the admissible dynamic behaviors of a model can often be achieved without deta...read more

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    Mirafra passerina
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