Andrews SS and Arkin AP (2007) Systems biology: a switch for sex. Curr Biol 17(11):R410-2
Abstract: The yeast pheromone response pathway works in a graded fashion, such that more pheromone leads to more response, but a recent study has shown that small modifications convert it into a bistable switch, with implications for the evolution and engineering of reaction networks.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 17550765|
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