Gábor Balázsi
Gábor Balázsi
Henry Laufer Professor of Physical & Quantitative Biology, Stony Brook University
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Cellular decision making and biological noise: from microbes to mammals
G Balázsi, A Van Oudenaarden, JJ Collins
Cell 144 (6), 910-925, 2011
Experimental Determination and System Level Analysis of Essential Genes in Escherichia coli MG1655
SY Gerdes, MD Scholle, JW Campbell, G Balazsi, E Ravasz, ...
Journal of bacteriology 185 (19), 5673-5684, 2003
Phenotypic consequences of promoter-mediated transcriptional noise
WJ Blake, G Balázsi, MA Kohanski, FJ Isaacs, KF Murphy, Y Kuang, ...
Molecular cell 24 (6), 853-865, 2006
Negative autoregulation linearizes the dose–response and suppresses the heterogeneity of gene expression
D Nevozhay, RM Adams, KF Murphy, K Josić, G Balázsi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (13), 5123-5128, 2009
Linking the Transcriptional Profiles and the Physiological States of Mycobacterium tuberculosis during an Extended Intracellular Infection
KH Rohde, DFT Veiga, S Caldwell, G Balázsi, DG Russell
PLoS pathogens 8 (6), e1002769, 2012
Combinatorial promoter design for engineering noisy gene expression
KF Murphy, G Balázsi, JJ Collins
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (31), 12726-12731, 2007
Topological units of environmental signal processing in the transcriptional regulatory network of Escherichia coli
G Balazsi, AL Barabási, ZN Oltvai
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (22), 7841-7846, 2005
Tuning and controlling gene expression noise in synthetic gene networks
KF Murphy, RM Adams, X Wang, G Balazsi, JJ Collins
Nucleic acids research 38 (8), 2712-2726, 2010
Phenotypic heterogeneity promotes adaptive evolution
Z Bódi, Z Farkas, D Nevozhay, D Kalapis, V Lázár, B Csörgő, Á Nyerges, ...
PLoS biology 15 (5), e2000644, 2017
Network of mutually repressive metastasis regulators can promote cell heterogeneity and metastatic transitions
J Lee, J Lee, KS Farquhar, J Yun, CA Frankenberger, E Bevilacqua, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (3), E364-E373, 2014
Mapping the environmental fitness landscape of a synthetic gene circuit
D Nevozhay, RM Adams, E Van Itallie, MR Bennett, G Balázsi
PLoS computational biology 8 (4), e1002480, 2012
The temporal response of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis gene regulatory network during growth arrest
G Balázsi, AP Heath, L Shi, ML Gennaro
Molecular systems biology 4 (1), 225, 2008
A Semi-Supervised Method for Predicting Transcription Factor–Gene Interactions in Escherichia coli
J Ernst, QK Beg, KA Kay, G Balázsi, ZN Oltvai, Z Bar-Joseph
PLoS computational biology 4 (3), e1000044, 2008
Transferring a synthetic gene circuit from yeast to mammalian cells
D Nevozhay, T Zal, G Balázsi
Nature communications 4 (1), 1451, 2013
Stress‐response balance drives the evolution of a network module and its host genome
C González, JCJ Ray, M Manhart, RM Adams, D Nevozhay, AV Morozov, ...
Molecular systems biology 11 (8), 827, 2015
Genome-wide discovery of small RNAs in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
P Miotto, F Forti, A Ambrosi, D Pellin, DF Veiga, G Balazsi, ML Gennaro, ...
PLoS one 7 (12), e51950, 2012
Role of network-mediated stochasticity in mammalian drug resistance
KS Farquhar, DA Charlebois, M Szenk, J Cohen, D Nevozhay, G Balázsi
Nature communications 10 (1), 2766, 2019
Modeling cell population dynamics
DA Charlebois, G Balázsi
In silico biology 13 (1-2), 21-39, 2019
Cell fate decisions emerge as phages cooperate or compete inside their host
JT Trinh, T Székely, Q Shao, G Balázsi, L Zeng
Nature communications 8 (1), 14341, 2017
Reconstruction and topological characterization of the sigma factor regulatory network of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
R Chauhan, J Ravi, P Datta, T Chen, D Schnappinger, KE Bassler, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 11062, 2016
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