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Fig. 8 | BMC Systems Biology

Fig. 8

From: An agent-based model of the Notch signaling pathway elucidates three levels of complexity in the determination of developmental patterning

Fig. 8

Data set varying four different parameters. For each individual graphs, initial N setting is on the y axis and initial Dl setting is on the x axis. Progression left to right for each row is increasing Nc to Nn transition time. Progression from top to bottom represents increasing Dlm to Dlm’ transition time. a stability time (blue is low stabilization time and red is high) b rosette counts (blue is low rosette counts and red is high). c category assignments (white represents runs that fail to stabilize within 18,000 time, light green represents runs that stabilize with the incorrect number of rosettes (< 25), and dark green representing runs that stabilize with the correct number of rosettes

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