Mechanism and Regulatory Disruption as a Model for Phenotypic Conversion (Presentations)

PART I: Mechanism disruption as a model for phenotypic conversion of cells. These are slides from a presentation at the Midwest Stem Cell Conference, Oakland University (Rochester, MI) in October, 2012. 

Work in collaboration with my colleague Steven Suhr.

Section I. Biological Theory and Experiments.

Section II. Control Modeling (Computational)

Section III. Conclusions.

PART II: Hierarchical connectionist model of gene regulatory networks to approximate phenotypic conversion of cells. These slides are from a short presentation at the Symposium on Emerging Topics in Control and Modeling: Networked Systems, Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois (Urbana, Illinois) in October, 2012.

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