Programming strategy for efficient modeling of dynamics in a population of heterogeneous cells
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Bjørn Olav Hald, Morten Hendriksen, Preben Graae Sørensen
Heterogeneity is a ubiquitous property of biological systems. Even in a genetically identical population of a single cell type, cell-to-cell differences are observed. Although the functional behavior of a given population is generally robust, the consequences of heterogeneity are fairly unpredictable. In heterogeneous populations, synchronization of events becomes a cardinal problem-particularly for phase coherence in oscillating systems.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
- The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences