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Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. Network Motif — Patterns that occur in the real network significantly more often than in randomized network. Idea: these patterns have been preserved over evolutionary timescale against mutations that randomly change edges.

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Directed edges assigned at random. Probability edge position is occupied:. Graph: a self edge. Example E. Is that significant? In our E.


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  4. Dynamics of X: At early times: Steady state:. Twin cells differ in production rate of all proteins in O 1 up to O Repression threshold K is more fixed. The only motif of the 13 possible 3-node patterns 3 node feedback Feed forward loop E. Coli 0. ON step — S x is absent and then appears. OFF step — S x is present and then disappears. Assumption: S Y is always present.

    Allows maintaining expression even if signal momentarily lost.