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What Will B Will B: Identifying Molecular Determinants of Diverse B-Cell Fate Decisions Through Systems Biology.

Identification of neural oscillations and epileptiform changes in human brain organoids

Brain organoids represent a powerful tool for studying human neurological diseases, particularly those that affect brain growth and structure. However, many diseases manifest with clear evidence of physiological and network abnormality in the absence …

TLR9 expression in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia identifies a pro-migratory subpopulation and novel therapeutic target

Neuronal Network Topology Indicates Distinct Recovery Processes after Stroke

An incoherent feedforward loop interprets NF$ąppa$B/RelA dynamics to determine TNF-induced necroptosis decisions

Dissecting the Regulatory Strategies of NF-κB RelA Target Genes in the Inflammatory Response Reveals Differential Transactivation Logics

A regulatory circuit controlling the dynamics of NFκB cRel transitions B cells from proliferation to plasma cell differentiation

Humoral immunity depends on efficient activation of B cells and their subsequent differentiation into antibody-secreting cells (ASCs). The transcription factor NFκB cRel is critical for B cell proliferation, but incorporating its known regulatory …

An NFκB activity calculator to delineate signaling crosstalk: type I and II interferons enhance NFκB via distinct mechanisms

Substrate complex competition is a regulatory motif that allows NFκB RelA to license but not amplify NFκB RelB

Identifying noise sources governing cell-to-cell variability

Phenotypic differences often occur even in clonal cell populations. Many potential sources of such variation have been identified, from biophysical rate variance intrinsic to all chemical processes to asymmetric division of molecular components …