Evolving functional and structural dynamism in coupled Boolean networks

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Bull, L.;
  • Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press

This paper uses a recently presented abstract, tuneable Boolean regulatory network model to further explore aspects of mobile DNA, such as transposons. The significant role of mobile DNA in the evolution of natural systems is becoming increasingly clear. This paper show... View more
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