The Systems Architecture of a Bacterial Cell Cycle with Lucy Shapiro

6/15/2009; 58 minutes

Stanford Professor Lucy Shapiro is renowned for her contributions to the fields of developmental biology, molecular biology, and genetics. She examines the functions required to reproduce and maintain life in the simple bacterial cell by using a systems engineering approach that defines the control circuitry integrated in time and space. (#16423)

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