General Principles of Organization and Laws of Functioning in Governing Gene Networks
- 740 Downloads
General principles of organization and laws of activity dynamics have been revealed in intracellular governing eukaryotic gene networks. Following from the hypothesis of self-differentiation, a theorem was proved on the existence of metastable states in gene networks under envastat. A hypothesis was proposed to explain an increase in orderliness during ontogenesis.
Key wordsgoverning gene networks cellular automata and cell ensembles metastability
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.