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Here, we will explain the generic protocol that leads to the modelisation "by characterization", of one of the parts of our system. The choosen example is '''the activity of the promoter ''pFliL'' ''' (that leads to the production of the '''Fluorescent Protein FP1''') '''in function of the transcription factors ''FlhDC'' and ''FliA'' '''.
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Here, we explain the generic protocol that leads to modeling "by characterization", throught one of the parts of our system. The chosen example is '''the activity of the promoter ''pFliL'' ''' (that leads, in the [[Team:Paris/Analysis#Oscillations|core system]], to the production of the '''Fluorescent Protein FP1''') '''in function of the transcription factors ''FlhDC'' and ''FliA'' '''.<br>
We know that ''the hexamere FlhD<sub>4</sub>C<sub>2</sub>'' and the protein ''FliA'' act both on the promoter ''pFliL'' as inducers... how do we evaluate this phenomenon? <br>
We know that ''the hexamere FlhD<sub>4</sub>C<sub>2</sub>'' and the protein ''FliA'' act both on the promoter ''pFliL'' as inducers... how do we evaluate this phenomenon? <br>
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As it is illustrated below; starting from ''molecular reactions'' '''(1)''', we develop a ''model of our system'' '''(2)''', and then we identify the ''parameters'' '''(3)''' that needs to be estimated. Essentially, it amounts to estimate ''Promoters Activities as functions of their Transcription Factors''. To do so, we propose ''constructs'' '''(4)''', ''protocols'' '''(5)''' and ''programs'' '''(6)'''.
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As it is illustrated below; starting from ''molecular reactions'' '''(1)''', we develop a ''model of our system'' '''(2)''', and then we identify the ''parameters'' '''(3)''' that need to be estimated. Essentially, it amounts to estimate ''Promoters Activities as functions of their Transcription Factors''. To do so, we propose ''constructs'' '''(4)''', ''protocols'' '''(5)''' and ''programs'' '''(6)'''.
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Once we got every parameters for every functions involved in our Full System, we have got a "Modular Virtual Lab" of our System that aims to be ''predictive''.
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By estimating all parameters of every function involved in our Full System, we achieve a "Modular Virtual Lab" of our System with potential ''predictive'' capacity.
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Characterization Approach : Application of our Generic Workflow - an Example


Here, we explain the generic protocol that leads to modeling "by characterization", throught one of the parts of our system. The chosen example is the activity of the promoter pFliL (that leads, in the core system, to the production of the Fluorescent Protein FP1) in function of the transcription factors FlhDC and FliA .
We know that the hexamere FlhD4C2 and the protein FliA act both on the promoter pFliL as inducers... how do we evaluate this phenomenon?
As it is illustrated below; starting from molecular reactions (1), we develop a model of our system (2), and then we identify the parameters (3) that need to be estimated. Essentially, it amounts to estimate Promoters Activities as functions of their Transcription Factors. To do so, we propose constructs (4), protocols (5) and programs (6).

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By estimating all parameters of every function involved in our Full System, we achieve a "Modular Virtual Lab" of our System with potential predictive capacity.



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