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This theory paper investigates how delays destabilize fixed points. This is a fundamentally different analysis, quite the opposite of trying to use delays to make limit cycles more attractive.
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#Bratsun2002 pmid=16199522
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This is not transcriptional delay, but rather delay through intermediate species, which is the principle that dominates previous delay studies.
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#Monk2003 pmid=12932324
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This experimental paper uses a plasmid that effectively contains a delay, used for another purpose entirely, but might be a good starting point for design.
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#Golding2005 pmid=16360033
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==Plasmid Design==
==Plasmid Design==

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Oscillators

  1. Elowitz MB and Leibler S. . pmid:10659856. PubMed HubMed [Elowitz2000]
  1. Vilar JM, Kueh HY, Barkai N, and Leibler S. . pmid:11972055. PubMed HubMed [Vilar2002]

Delays

This theory paper investigates how delays destabilize fixed points. This is a fundamentally different analysis, quite the opposite of trying to use delays to make limit cycles more attractive.

  1. Bratsun D, Volfson D, Tsimring LS, and Hasty J. . pmid:16199522. PubMed HubMed [Bratsun2002]

This is not transcriptional delay, but rather delay through intermediate species, which is the principle that dominates previous delay studies.

  1. Monk NA. . pmid:12932324. PubMed HubMed [Monk2003]

This experimental paper uses a plasmid that effectively contains a delay, used for another purpose entirely, but might be a good starting point for design.

  1. Golding I, Paulsson J, Zawilski SM, and Cox EC. . pmid:16360033. PubMed HubMed [Golding2005]

Plasmid Design

  1. Lutz R and Bujard H. . pmid:9092630. PubMed HubMed [Lutz1997]
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