Recent Submissions

  • Statistically inferring the mechanisms of phage-host interactions 

    Yang, Joy,Ph.D.(Joy Yu)Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    Bacteriophage and their hosts are locked in an age-old arms race. Successful bacteria are subject to predation, forcing the population to diversify, and phage are also quick to adapt tactics for infecting these potential ...
  • Understanding the selective permeability of biological hydrogels 

    Witten, Jacob Julian Seid. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    Biological hydrogels are fundamental to life, from microbial biofilms to mucus and the nuclear pore in humans. These hydrogels exhibit complex selective permeability behavior, allowing the passage of some particles while ...
  • Synthetic analog feedback control circuits in living cells 

    Teo, Jonathan Jin Yuan. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)
    Models of biochemical reaction networks in cells are important for advancing our understanding of complex biological systems and for designing functional synthetic biological circuits. However, most models are based on a ...

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