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Determine minimum state number to be measured of a class of signaling pathways for parameter estimation

Liu, Taiyuan and Jia, Jianfang and Wang, Hong and Yue, Hong (2008) Determine minimum state number to be measured of a class of signaling pathways for parameter estimation. Journal of Biomathematics, 23 (3). pp. 569-575.

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Abstract

Study explains how to determine minimum state number to be measured of a class of signaling pathways for parameter estimation,