A Dynamic Paradigm for Molecular Cell Biology

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Abstract: The driving passion of molecular cell biologists is to understand the molecular mechanisms that control important aspects of cell physiology, but this ambition is - paradoxically - limited by

Time-keeping and Decision-making in the Cell Cycle

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Abstract: Cell growth, DNA replication, mitosis and division are the fundamental processes by which life is passed on from one generation of eukaryotic cells to the next. The eukaryotic cell

Modeling cell-to-cell heterogeneity from a signaling network

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Cells make individual fate decisions through linear and nonlinear regulation of gene network, generating diverse dynamics from a single reaction pathway. In this colloquium, I will present two topics of

Edda Klipp, TBD

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Mammalian synthetic biology by controller design

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Abstract: The ability to reliably engineer the mammalian cell will impact a variety of applications in a disruptive way, including cell fate control and reprogramming, targeted drug delivery, and regenerative

George Sugihara, TBD

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