Genetic regulatory circuit
Genetic regulatory circuits (also referred to as transcriptional regulatory circuits) are functional clusters of genes that impact each other's expression through inducible transcription factors and cis-regulatory elements. These circuits can be modeled in silico to predict the dynamics of a genetic system.
Genetic regulatory circuits are analogous in many ways to electronic circuits.
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- "Transcriptional regulatory circuits controlling mitochondrial biogenesis and function", Genes & Development
- "Structure and function of genetic regulatory circuits in Escherichia coli", Michael Wall, Los Alamos National Laboratory
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