Monthly Archives: September 2013

Promiscuity as a functional trait: intrinsically disordered regions as central players of interactomes

Because of their pervasiveness in eukaryotic genomes and their unique properties, understanding the role that ID (intrinsically disordered) regions in proteins play in the interactome is essential for gaining a better understanding of the network. Especially critical in determining this role is their ability … Continue reading

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A methodology to infer gene networks from spatial patterns of expression – an application to fluorescence in situ hybridization images

The proper functional development of a multicellular organism depends on an intricate network of interacting genes that are expressed in accurate temporal and spatial patterns across different tissues. Complex inhibitory and excitatory interactions among genes control the territorial differences that explain specialized cell … Continue reading

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