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Systems Biology of a genetically engineered Pseudomonas fluorescens with inducible exo-polysaccharide production: analysis of the dynamics and robustness of metabolic networks

Programme: SysMO

Public web page: http://www.sysmo-alginate.net/

MOSES (Micro Organism Systems biology: Energy and Saccharomyces cerevisiae) develops a new Systems Biology approach, which is called 'domino systems biology'. It uses this to unravel the role of cellular free energy ('ATP') in the control and regulation of cell function. MOSES operates though continuous iterations between partner groups through a new systems-biology driven data-management workflow. MOSES also tries to serve as a substrate for three or more other SYSMO programs.

Programme: SysMO

Public web page: http://www.moses.sys-bio.net/

Gene interaction networks and models of cation homeostasis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Programme: SysMO

Public web page: http://www.translucent-network.org/

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Programme: SysMO

Public web page: http://www.sysmo.net/

The SilicoTryp project aims at the creation of a “Silicon Trypanosome”, a comprehensive, experiment-based, multi-scale mathematical model of trypanosome physiology. Trypanosomes are blood-stream parasites transmitted by tsetse flies; they cause African sleeping sickness in humans and livestock. Currently available drugs have severe side effects, and the parasites are rapidly developing resistance. In this project, we collect a wide range of new experimental data on the parasite in its various ...

Bistable switches are the key elements of the regulatory networks governing cell development, differentiation and life-strategy decisions. Transcriptional noise is a main determinant that causes switching between different states in bistable systems. By using the human pathogen Streptococcus pneumoniae as a model bacterium, we will investigate how transcriptional fidelity and processivity influence (noisy) gene expression and participate in bistability. To study this question, we will use both ...

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