Robustness and bacterial chemotaxis 
Robustness and bacterial chemotaxis
by MIT
Video Lecture 12 of 24
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Date Added: April 23, 2016

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In this lecture, Prof. Jeff Gore continues his discussion of bacterial chemotaxis, or how bacteria find food. The principle is a biased random walk of runs and tumbles, and is a shown to display perfect adaptation.

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This course presented by Prof. Jeff Gore provides an introduction to cellular and population-level systems biology with an emphasis on synthetic biology, modeling of genetic networks, cell-cell interactions, and evolutionary dynamics. Cellular systems include genetic switches and oscillators, network motifs, genetic network evolution, and cellular decision-making. Population-level systems include models of pattern formation, cell-cell communication, and evolutionary systems biology.

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