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The learn said during this thesis has been performed on the Civil Engineering division of Delft college of know-how. This examine used to be supported by means of the expertise origin (STW) lower than provide DCT 72.1405. the extra monetary help by way of TNO construction and development examine is very appreciated.I wish to gratefully recognize ray manager Professor Rene de Borst for his suggestions in this examine. in addition, I desire to list due to all my colleagues of the Computational Mechanics staff of the Civil Engineering division, Han Schellekens, Bert Sluys, Jerzy Pamin, Wang Wei Min, Zhangping Wu, Arend Groen and Paolo Louren§o for his or her curiosity and help in the course of the paintings* I additionally desire to convey my deep appreciation and gratitude to Jan Rots of TNO development and building study for his encouragements and fruitful discussions through the process this study.The versions defined during this thesis were applied within the DIANA finite point code of TNO development and development study that is commercially to be had throughout the DIANA research b.v. The calculations were played on a Silicon pictures computer operated through Harold Thung who i admire to thank for his help.

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New_or2}, PRM_vacant(new_or2) + up_or3_prm ? {new_or3}, PRM_inhibited(or2) . PRM_rnap_low(transcribe_now,release,or2) ::= prm_low ? {}, transcribe_now ! {}, up_or3_prm ! {vacant}, PRM_vacant(or2) + up_or2_prm ? {new_or2}, if new_or2=rep then PRM_rnap_high(transcribe_now, release) else PRM_rnap_low(transcribe_now, release, new_or2) + release ? {}, up_or3_prm ! {vacant}, PRM_vacant(or2). PRM_rnap_high(transcribe_now,release) ::= prm_high ? {}, transcribe_now ! {}, up_or3_prm ! {vacant}, PRM_vacant(rep) + up_or2_prm ?

Superimposing dimerization and cooperative binding at OR2 : Figure 30 summarizes how the second operator site fills with Rep for three scenarios. The dashed curve illustrates binding to OR2 in presence of OR1 and dimerization. We contrast this with binding to the isolated OR2 with and without dimerization. Note that the effect of dimerization is far less pronounced at an isolated OR2 than it was OR1 , where dimerization lead to a sharp increase of 48 C. Kuttler and J. Niehren Fig. 29. Occupancy of operator region OR1 as a function of repressor concentration and dimerization.

A,init}, init B_unbound ::= new(init(infinite)) pro ! {b,init}, init A_bound(release) ::= release ? {}, B_bound(release) ::= release ? {}, ? {release}, A_bound(release). {release}, B_bound(release). A_unbound. B_unbound. System ::= OR_vacant | OR_vacant | A_unbound | B_unbound. Fig. 10. Modeling two operator regions with two proteins of different types Fig. 11. Handshake protocol for protein binding to operator. Solid black arrows denote the time flow; dotted grey arrows denote communication, the annotations indicate the names of channel used and exchanged.

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