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Robustness analysis and tuning of synthetic gene networks February 15, 2008 Eyad Lababidi Based on the paper “Robustness analysis and tuning of synthetic gene networks” by Gregory Batt, Boyan Yordanov, Ron Weiss, and Calin Belta (2007)

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Genetic network? Broad term describing the interconnected chemical reactions in a cell that can be examined in most if not all synthetic biology projects

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Why do we need to worry? We will be designing gene networks in our cell, but we need to make sure the implementation of the network functions as expected. Uncertainties that our cell needs to function with Molecular concentrations Temperature Mapping gene from different host

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Motivation The goal of synthetic biology is to make the process of expressing desired genes easy and dependable. We read about Abstraction, Decoupling, Standardization. Decoupling arguably needs the most work Allows for Abstraction to occur

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Modeling Genetic Networks Existing solutions Qualitative – not exact Quantitatively sampling – sampled simulation cannot guarantee behavior

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Modeling Genetic Networks Proposed solution Use piecewise-multiaffine differential equation models. Sets bounds to conditions and uses discrete points to analyze behavior Allows symbolic language to describe the network behavior Able to tune the network by assessing the robustness in relation to parameters Publicly available RoVerGeNe tool is capable of this modeling

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Implementation Consider cross inhibition network

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Implementation Xa and Xb represent concentrations ra1,ra2,rb1 represent the regulation functions Kappa is production rate Gamma is degradation rate

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Implementation Assume regulation functions, ra1,ra2,rb1 are piecewise affine The piecewise function are defined by their breakpoints represented by lambda

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Implementation: temporal logic Temporal logics to specify behavior “Typical properties include reachability (the system can reach a given state), inevitability (the system will necessarily reach a given state), invariance (a property is always true), response (an event necessarily triggers a specific behavior) and infinite occurrences (such as oscillations). Along with Operators

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Implementation: temporal logic The cross inhibition network would be represented by When one concentration is higher then the break point and the other concentration is lower this implies they will stay this way forever

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Implementation: Diff. equation Plot of the differential equation we’ve written

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Implementation: Discrete Diff. Group regions of similar behavior

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What’s the point? Confusing? Yes, but this can be computer rather quickly and allows us to know what valid parameters are and we can tweak our constants to find an optimal network for our purpose. I believe it’s necessary to characterize our cell with this tool or any other in order to have not only a working project but an effective project

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What’s the point? The purpose of the new method is to improve the analysis of gene circuits which has been a basic problem in Synthetic biology and if successful it will propel synthetic biology closer to the goals of abstraction, decoupling, and standardization.

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