The Systems Biology focuses on the synthetic biology, genetics, cell interactions, and evolutionary dynamics. You will learn all of these topics in this course which focuses on cellular and population-level systems biology.
In this [course_title], you are taught how cellular systems work to understand the important concepts of genetic switches and network evolution. You will also know the models of pattern formation and evolutionary in population-level systems biology.
|Introduction to the Class and Overview of Topics||01:07:00|
|Input Function, Michaelis-Menten kinetics, and Cooperativity||01:18:00|
|Autoregulation, Feedback and Bistability||01:19:00|
|Synthetic Biology and Stability Analysis in the Toggle Switch||01:20:00|
|Oscillatory Genetic Networks||01:21:00|
|Graph Properties of Transcription Networks||01:21:00|
|Feed-forward Loop Network Motif||01:21:00|
|Introduction to Stochastic Gene Expression||01:20:00|
|Causes and Consequences of Stochastic Gene Expression||01:21:00|
|Life at Low Reynold’s Number||01:19:00|
|Robustness and Bacterial Chemotaxis||01:22:00|
|Robustness in Development and Pattern Formation||01:21:00|
|Microbial Evolution Experiments and Optimal Gene Circuit Design||01:20:00|
|Evolution in Finite Populations||01:21:00|
|Clonal Interference and the Distribution of Beneficial Mutations||01:21:00|
|Fitness Landscapes and Sequence Spaces||01:19:00|
|Survival in Fluctuating Environments||01:18:00|
|Parasites, the Evolution of Virulence and Sex||01:19:00|
|Ecosystem Stability, Critical Transitions, and Biodiversity||01:20:00|
|Dynamics of Populations in Space||01:21:00|
|The Neutral Theory of Ecology||01:18:00|
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