John Lee

John Lee
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory | CSHL · Simons Center for Quantitative Biology

Master of Science

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What makes a mouse a mouse, and not a hamster? Differences in gene regulation between the two organisms play a critical role. Comparative analysis of gene coexpression networks provides a general framework for investigating the evolution of gene regulation across species. Here, we compare coexpression networks from 37 species and quantify the conse...
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What makes a mouse a mouse, and not a hamster? The answer lies in the genome, and more specifically, in differences in gene regulation between the two organisms: where and when each gene is expressed. To quantify differences, a typical study will either compare functional genomics data from homologous tissues, limiting the approach to closely relat...
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Co-expression analysis has provided insight into gene function in organisms from Arabidopsis to Zebrafish. Comparison across species has the potential to enrich these results, for example by prioritizing among candidate human disease genes based on their network properties, or by finding alternative model systems where their co-expression is conser...
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We present a theoretical study of extreme events occurring in phononic lattices. In particular, we focus on the formation of rogue or freak waves, which are characterized by their localization in both spatial and temporal domains. We consider two examples. The first one is the prototypical nonlinear mass-spring system in the form of a homogeneous F...
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We report on the existence of discrete breathers in a one-dimensional, mass-in-mass chain with linear intersite coupling and nonlinear Hertzian local resonators, which is motivated by recent studies of the dynamics of microspheres adhered to elastic substrates. After predicting theoretically the existence of the discrete breathers in the continuum...

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