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In Depth How Stochasticity Influences Synthetic Constructs

Noise in Synthetic Cascades


Noise in Feedback Loops


The construction of gene networks proves to be a noisy process, and one difficult to produce a deterministic result. Many labs have tried to characterize sources of expression noise that occur when linking genes together in a network. More specifically, what effect does a noisy or tightly controlled input have on output.




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