Papers to Consider

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  • Atkinson MR, Savageau MA, Myers JT, Ninfa AJ. (2003). Development of genetic circuitry exhibiting toggle switch or oscillatory behavior in Escherichia coli. Cell 113: 597 - 607.
  • Ghosh B, Karmakar R, Bose I. (2005). Noise characteristics of feed forward loops. Phys Biol 2: 36 - 45.
  • Ferrell JE Jr. (2002). Self-perpetuating states in signal transduction: positive feedback, double-negative feedback and bistability. Curr Opin Cell Biol 14:140-48.
  • McMillen D, Kopell N, Hasty J, Collins JJ. (2002). Synchronizing genetic relaxation oscillators by intercell signaling. PNAS 99:679-84.
  • Young E, Alper H. (2010). Synthetic biology: tools to design, build and optimize cellular processes. J Biomed Biotechnol. 2010:130781.
  • Zhou T, Chen L, Aihara K. (2005). Molecular communication through stochastic synchronization induced by extracellular fluctuations. Phys Rev Lett 95:178103.

The following papers are listed at the end of my final noise tuner paper:

  • Breaker RR. (2010). RNA second messengers and riboswitches: relics from the RNA world? Microbe 5: 13–20.
  • Hale L, Lazos O, Haines A, Thomas C. (2010). An efficient stress-free strategy to displace stable bacterial plasmids. Biotechniques 48: 223–28.
  • Hooshangi S, Thiberge S, Weiss R. (2005). Ultrasensitivity and noise propagation in a synthetic transcriptional cascade. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 102: 3581–86.
  • Levens D, Gupta A. (2010). Molecular biology. Reliable noise. Science 327: 1088–89.
  • Shinar G, Feinberg M. (2010). Structural sources of robustness in biochemical reaction networks. Science 327: 1389–91.
  • Stricker J, Cookson S, Bennett MR, Mather WH, Tsimring LS, Hasty J. (2008). A fast, robust and tunable synthetic gene oscillator. Nature 456: 516–19.
  • To TL, Maheshri N. (2010). Noise can induce bimodality in positive transcriptional feedback loops without bistability. Science 327: 1142–45.