UA Biophysics:SysBio Meeting:2021-II Meetings

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Microbes can help explain the evolution of host altruism:

Microfluidics and single-cell microscopy to study stochastic processes in bacteria

Natural variation of chronological aging in the Saccharomyces cerevisiae species reveals diet-dependent mechanisms of life span control

Stochastic antagonism between two proteins governs a bacterial cell fate switch

Kinetic Uncertainty Relations for the Control of Stochastic Reaction Networks

Noise distorts the epigenetic landscape and shapes cell-fate decisions

Genetic circuit design automation for yeast

Self-Amplifying Pulsatile Protein Dynamics without Positive Feedback

Statistically derived geometrical landscapes capture principles of decision-making dynamics during cell fate transitions

Single-cell measurement of plasmid copy number and promoter activity

Inferring Cell-State Transition Dynamics from Lineage Trees and Endpoint Single-Cell Measurements

Dynamics of epigenetic regulation at the single-cell level

Programmable protein circuit design