Biological Networks

It is well established that bacteria engage in social behavior and form networked communities via molecular signaling. We analyze the network dynamics and biofilm metrics, showing that our method can effectively reveal the underlying intercellular communication process and community organization within the biofilm. We claim that the application of social and network sciences to understanding bacteria population dynamics can aid in developing better drugs to control the many pathogenic bacteria that use social interactions to cause infections.

biological networks

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Bogdan, Paul; Wei, Guopeng; Marculescu, Radu

Modeling populations of micro-robots for biological applications Inproceedings

In: 2012 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), pp. 6188–6192, IEEE 2012.

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