Is the signal transduction network emanating from the EGP receptor bistable in vivo

F.J. Bruggeman, F.C. Boogerd, J.J. Hornberg, J. Lankelma, O.J.G. Somsen, H.V. Westerhoff

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAnimating the cellular map.
EditorsJ.-H.S. Hofmeyr, J.M. Rohwer, J.L. Snoep
Place of PublicationSTellenbosch - South Africa
PublisherStellenbosch University Press
Pages159-163
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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Bruggeman, F. J., Boogerd, F. C., Hornberg, J. J., Lankelma, J., Somsen, O. J. G., & Westerhoff, H. V. (2000). Is the signal transduction network emanating from the EGP receptor bistable in vivo. In J-HS. Hofmeyr, J. M. Rohwer, & J. L. Snoep (Eds.), Animating the cellular map. (pp. 159-163). STellenbosch - South Africa: Stellenbosch University Press.