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Load-Induced Modulation of Signal Transduction Networks

Peng Jiang, Alejandra C. Ventura, Eduardo D. Sontag, Sofia D. Merajver, Alexander J. Ninfa,* Domitilla Del Vecchio*

*To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: aninfa{at} (A.J.N.); ddv{at} (D.D.V.)

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  • Fig. S1. Steady-state effects of loading.
  • Fig. S2. Effect of loading on the frequency response.
  • Fig. S3. Effects of enzyme amounts.
  • Fig. S4. Effect of the load on the amplitude of response to a train of pulses.
  • Fig. S5. Response of the UTase/UR–PII cycle to stimulation with nonsaturating concentrations of glutamine.
  • Fig. S6. Using glutaminase and injections of glutamine to impose time-varying input stimulation.
  • Fig. S7. Amplitude of the initial response to glutamine addition depends on whether or not the system has achieved a steady state before glutamine addition.
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Citation: P. Jiang, A. C. Ventura, E. D. Sontag, S. D. Merajver, A. J. Ninfa, D. Del Vecchio, Load-Induced Modulation of Signal Transduction Networks. Sci. Signal. 4, ra67 (2011).

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