DDMB-MS07

# Advances in deterministic models of biochemical interaction networks

#### Tuesday, June 15 at 09:30am (PDT)

Tuesday, June 15 at 05:30pm (BST)

Wednesday, June 16 01:30am (KST)

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Monday (Tuesday) during the "MS07" time block.

**MS06-DDMB**(click here).

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**Organizers:**

#### Elisenda Feliu (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Casian Pantea (West Virginia University, USA)

**Description**:

Biochemical interaction networks are commonly modeled by systems of differential equations that may involve large numbers of variables and unknown parameters. This minisymposium focuses on recent work tackling the analysis of such systems. The underlying theme of the talks is the study of how the structure of the network influences its range of dynamical behaviors, and the investigation of parameter regimes where these behaviours arise. Examples regard multistationarity, oscillatory behavior or absolute concentration robustness.

#### Anne Shiu

*(Texas A&M University, USA)*

###### "Absolute concentration robustness in networks with many conservation laws"

#### Stefan Mueller

*(University of Vienna, Austria)*

###### "Monomial parametrizations of positive equilibria"

#### Badal Joshi

*(California State University San Marcos, USA)*

###### "Preserving Robust Output despite highly variable reactant supplies"

#### Jiaxin Jin

*(University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA)*