Alpha Project

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The static web gateway to the Alpha Project is online [http://www.molsci.org/Dispatch?action-WebdocWidget:4756-detail=1 here].  From this page... the overall goal of the Alpha Project is to gain the ability to predict the quantitative behavior of a eukaryotic regulatory network in individual cells over time and in response to defined perturbations. The project consists of combined experimental and computational work on a well-studied eukaryotic regulatory system, the G-protein receptor-coupled signal transduction pathway that governs the response of haploid MATa ''S. cerevisiae'' to the mating pheromone, a factor. This signal transduction pathway is prototypical of similar regulatory networks that govern responses to extracellular stimuli in higher eukaryotes.
The static web gateway to the Alpha Project is online [http://www.molsci.org/Dispatch?action-WebdocWidget:4756-detail=1 here].  From this page... the overall goal of the Alpha Project is to gain the ability to predict the quantitative behavior of a eukaryotic regulatory network in individual cells over time and in response to defined perturbations. The project consists of combined experimental and computational work on a well-studied eukaryotic regulatory system, the G-protein receptor-coupled signal transduction pathway that governs the response of haploid MATa ''S. cerevisiae'' to the mating pheromone, a factor. This signal transduction pathway is prototypical of similar regulatory networks that govern responses to extracellular stimuli in higher eukaryotes.
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====Experimental Resources====
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Contents

Introduction

The static web gateway to the Alpha Project is online here. From this page... the overall goal of the Alpha Project is to gain the ability to predict the quantitative behavior of a eukaryotic regulatory network in individual cells over time and in response to defined perturbations. The project consists of combined experimental and computational work on a well-studied eukaryotic regulatory system, the G-protein receptor-coupled signal transduction pathway that governs the response of haploid MATa S. cerevisiae to the mating pheromone, a factor. This signal transduction pathway is prototypical of similar regulatory networks that govern responses to extracellular stimuli in higher eukaryotes.

The Back Door

Experimental Resources

Model, Theory, & Computing Resources

Other

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