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Feedback control architecture & the bacterial chemotaxis network

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Bacteria move towards favourable and away from toxic environments by changing their swimming pattern. This response is regulated by the chemotaxis signalling pathway, which has an important feature: it uses feedback to ‘reset’ (adapt) the bacterial sensing ability, which allows the bacteria to sense a range of background environmental changes. The role of this feedback has been studied extensively in the simple chemotaxis pathway of Escherichia coli. However it has been recently found that th...

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A. Hamadeh More by this author
M.A.J. Roberts More by this author
P. E. McSharry More by this author
P. K. Maini More by this author
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Publication date:
2011
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uuid:bc7ba0ec-b3ee-49ea-b0c6-7913342f9c58
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oai:eprints.maths.ox.ac.uk:1095

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