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Schuh, L. et al.: Gene networks with transcriptional bursting recapitulate rare transient coordinated high expression states in cancer. Cell Syst. 10, 363-378.e12 (2020)
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Fröhlich, F. et al.: Efficient parameter estimation enables the prediction of drug response using a mechanistic pan-cancer pathway model. Cell Syst. 7, 567-579 (2018)
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Loos, C. ; Möller, K.* ; Fröhlich, F. ; Hucho, T.* & Hasenauer, J.: A hierarchical, data-driven approach to modeling single-cell populations predicts latent causes of cell-to-cell variability. Cell Syst. 6, 593-603.e13 (2018)
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Martinez-Corral, R.* ; Raimundez-Alvarez, E. ; Lin, Y.* ; Elowitz, M.B.* & Garcia-Ojalvo, J.*: Self-amplifying pulsatile protein dynamics without positive feedback. Cell Syst. 7, 453-462 (2018)
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Jagiella, N. ; Rickert, D. ; Theis, F.J. & Hasenauer, J.: Parallelization and high-performance computing enables automated statistical inference of multi-scale models. Cell Syst. 4, 194–206.e9 (2017)
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Blasi, T. et al.: Combinatorial histone acetylation patterns are generated by motif-specific reactions. Cell Syst. 2, 49-58 (2016)
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Carpenter, A.* et al.: What is the key best practice for collaborating with a computational biologist? Cell Syst. 3, 7-11 (2016)
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Feigelman, J. et al.: Analysis of cell lineage trees by exact bayesian inference identifies negative autoregulation of nanog in mouse embryonic stem cells. Cell Syst. 3, 480-490 (2016)