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Metabolic free energy and biological codes: a ‘Data Rate Theorem’ aging model

bioRxiv

Mar 17, 2014

Rodrick Wallace

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The living state is cognitive at every scale and level of organization. Since it is possible to associate a broad class of cognitive processes with ‘dual’ information sources, many pathologies can be addressed using statistical models based on the Shannon Coding, the Shannon-McMillan So...read more

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Metabolic free energy and biological codes: a ‘Data Rate Theorem’ aging model

bioRxiv

Mar 17, 2014

Rodrick Wallace

PMID: 990003384

DOI: 10.1101/003384

Abstract

The living state is cognitive at every scale and level of organization. Since it is possible to associate a broad class of cognitive processes with ‘dual’ information sources, many pathologies can be addressed using statistical models based on the Shannon Coding, the Shannon-McMillan So...read more

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Developmental Arithmetic Disorder
Kelp antigen
Amyloid Fibrils
Metabolic Process, Cellular
Ion Channel
Lectin
Pathologic Processes
Pathology
Polysaccharides
CONTROL veterinary product
1
1

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