nanoHUB-U: Biological Engineering - Cellular Design Principles

nanoHUB-U: Biological Engineering - Cellular Design Principles

Offering: Spring 2017 Section: Default

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  • Biological Oscillations I 1. Biological Oscillations I 0
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  • This lecture … 2. This lecture … 10.977644310977645
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  • Possible response of an unperturbed dynamic system 3. Possible response of an unpert… 32.532532532532535
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  • Oscillations / Rhythms Occur in Nature at all time scales 4. Oscillations / Rhythms Occur i… 121.42142142142143
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  • Periodic 5. Periodic 201.36803470136803
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  • Oscillations May be More complex, e.g. Bursting 6. Oscillations May be More compl… 257.85785785785788
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  • Oscillations appear as a closed trajectory in the phase plane. 7. Oscillations appear as a close… 338.77210543877214
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  • Limit Cycle 8. Limit Cycle 392.95962629295963
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  • Stable Limit cycle 9. Stable Limit cycle 472.10543877210546
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  • biochemical oscillators 10. biochemical oscillators 550.78411745078415
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  • Basic design requirements for biochemical system to oscillate 11. Basic design requirements for … 605.372038705372
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  • Basic design requirements for biochemical system to oscillate 12. Basic design requirements for … 676.84351017684355
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  • Basic design requirements for biochemical system to oscillate 13. Basic design requirements for … 779.97997997998
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  • Negative feedback common motifs to produce biochemical oscillators 14. Negative feedback common motif… 825.42542542542549
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  • 3. Sufficient nonlineary: Sources of nonlinearity 15. 3. Sufficient nonlineary: Sour… 881.01434768101433
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  • 4. Dependence on parameters 16. 4. Dependence on parameters 986.18618618618621
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  • For further reading 17. For further reading 1232.7994661327996
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  • Coming up… 18. Coming up… 1274.7414080747415
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L4.1: Biological Oscillations I

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